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VTPB 911 diseases

Neurologic signs Borrelia burgdorferii
icterus (liver disease) Leptospira (dogs) / clostridium novyi
nephritis / renal disease leptospira (dogs)/ Borrelia burgdorferii
abortion leptospira (cattle, horses); ureaplasma diversum
septicemia leptospira
equine recurrent uveitis / periodic ophthalmia / moon blindness equine leptospirosis
hemolytic anemia acute bovine leptospirosis
hemoglobinuria acute bovine leptospirosis
fowl spirochetosis Borrelia anserina
Lyme disease Borrelia burgdorferii
sphenomegaly Borrelia anserina
heart disease Borrelia burgdorferii
arthritis Borrelia burgdorferii
myonecrosis clostridium
blackleg clostridium chauvoei
avian necrotic enteritis Clostridium perfringens, type A alpha
enteritis Clostridium perfringens, type A alpha / clostridium sordelli
hemorrhagic bowel syndrome in dairy cattle Clostridium perfringens, type A alpha (dairy cattle)
lamb dystentery (hemorrhagic enterotoxemia) Clostridium perfringens, type B
enterotoxemia (overeating disease, pulpy kidney disease) (sheep/goats/calves/cattle) Clostridium perfringens, type D
Neonatal hemorrhagic/necrotic enteritis (calves, lambs, kids, foals, piglets) Clostridium perfringens, type C
Botulism Clostridium botulinum
tetanus Clostridium tetani
limberneck (birds) Clostridium botulinum
Tyzzer's disease clostridium piliforme
myonecrosis Clostridium sordellii
Quail disease Clostridium colinum
enterotoxemia (rabbits, rodents) Clostridium spiroforme
enterocolitis, myocarditis, hepatic necrosis clostridium piliforme
abscesses in lung, liver, brain Bacteroides, dichelobacter, fusobacterium, prevotella, porphyromonas
pyometra Bacteroides, dichelobacter, fusobacterium, prevotella, porphyromonas / e. coli
osteomyelitis Bacteroides, dichelobacter, fusobacterium, prevotella, porphyromonas
post-surgical abscesses Bacteroides, dichelobacter, fusobacterium, prevotella, porphyromonas
foot/claw abscesses Bacteroides, dichelobacter, fusobacterium, prevotella, porphyromonas
cellulitis (subQ) Bacteroides, dichelobacter, fusobacterium, prevotella, porphyromonas
periodontal abscesses porphyromonas gulae & other porphyromonas
guttural pouch infection (horses) Bacteroides, dichelobacter, fusobacterium, prevotella, porphyromonas
suppurative mastitis Bacteroides, dichelobacter, fusobacterium, prevotella, porphyromonas
diarrhea, enteric diseases Bacteroides, dichelobacter, fusobacterium, prevotella, porphyromonas
bovine liver abscesses fusobacterium necrophorum
contagious footrot (sheep) dichelobacter nodosus (MAIN), fusobacterium necrophorum (initiator), arcanobacterium pyogenes, spirochetes
ovine interdigital dermatitis ("scald") fusobacterium necrophorus (mild), benign strains of Dichelobacter nodosus may coexist
bovine interdigital dermatitis dichelobacter nodosus, often with arcanobacterium pyogenes
bovine interdigital necrobacillosis (footrot) fusobacterium necrophorum (major), prevotella melaninogenica (synergy), arcanobacterium pyogenes
Equine foot infections (thrush) fusobacterium necrophorum
contagious bovine pleuropneumonia mycoplasma mycoides mycoides
contagious caprine/ovine agalactia mycoplasma agalactiae
shipping fever mannheimia / pasteurella / histophilus / mycoplasma bovis
mastitis mycoplasma bovis
conjunctivitis / keratoconjunctivitis moraxella bovis (mostly), mycoplasma bovis
chronic respiratory disease (chickens) mycoplasma gallisepticum
synovitis (poultry) mycoplasma synovitiae
respiratory/arthritis of turkey mycoplasma meleagridis
enzootic pneumonia of pigs (EPP, PEP) mycoplasma hyopneumoniae
polyarthritis (swine) mycoplasma hyorhinis
polyserositis (swine) mycoplasma hyorhinis
porcine icteroanemia / eperythrozoonosis mycoplasma suis (hemotrophic mycoplasma)
canine haemobartonellosis mycoplasma haemocanis (hemotrophic mycoplasma)
feline haemobartonellosis mycoplasma haemofelis (hemotrophic mycoplasma)
rocky mountain spotted fever rickettsia rickettsia
canine monocytic ehrlichiosis ehrlicia canis
canine granulocytic ehrlichiosis ehrlichia ewingii; anaplasma phagocytophilum
african heartwater disease ehrlichia ruminantium
human monocytic ehrlichiosis ehrlichia chaffeensis
bovine anaplasmosis anaplasma marginale
equine granulocytic ehrlichiosis anaplasma phagocytophilum
tick-borne fever (cattle) anaplasma phagocytophilum
cyclic thrombocytopenia (dogs) anaplasma platys
salmon poisoning neorickettsia helminthoeca
Potomac horse fever neorickettsia risticii
Q fever coxiella burnetii
sporadic abortions (ruminants) coxiella burnetii
human STD chlamydia trachomatis
psittacosis/ornithosis (avian)/parrot fever chlamydophilia psittaci
enzootic ovine abortion / enzootic abortion of ewes chlamydophilia abortus
conjunctivitis (feline) chlyamydophilia felis; secondary infections: mycoplasma felis, staphylococcus
avian chlamydiosis chlamydophila psittaci
significant causes of abortion in small ruminants campylobacter fetus fetus / toxoplasma gondii / chlamydophila abortus?
ringworm microsporum, trichophyton, epidermophyton (dermatophytes, molds)
tinea microsporum, trichophyton, epidermophyton (dermatophytes, molds)
dermatophytosis microsporum, trichophyton, epidermophyton (dermatophytes, molds)
cutaneous infections yeasts (candida, malassezia, geotrichum, trichosporon)
reptilian/amphibian cutaneous infections geotrichum
skin infections in people, animals trichosporon
otitis externa (dogs, cats) malassezia pachydermatis
seborrheic dermatitis (dogs) malassezia pachydermatis
chin acne (cats) malassezia pachydermatis
subcutaneous mycosis sporothrix schenckii
sporotrichosis sporothrix schenckii
rose-handler's disease (humans) sporothrix schenckii
histotoxic clostridium C. chauvoei, C, septicum, C. perfringens, C. novyi
enterotoxic clostridium C. perfringens, C. difficile
neurotoxic clostridium C. botulinum, C. tetani
bacillary hemoglobinuria (redwater) clostridium novi type D (formerly C. haemolyticum)
infectious necrotic hepatitis (black disease) clostridium novi type B
port wine urine clostridium novi type D
granular vulvitis ureaplasma diversum
histoplasmosis histoplasma capsulatum
blastomycosis blastomyces dermatitidis
coccidioidomycosis coccidioides immitis / posadasii
cryptococcosis cryptococcus sp.
Created by: shelbell8389



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