Animal Disease 2, exam 2

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the principal glucocorticoid is
hypothyroid is primarily seen in middle-aged ____
which is reversible? gingivitis or periodontitis
iatrogenic hyperadrenocortcism is caused by who?
Cells resistant to insulin/ not getting enough insulin- may be lack of receptors on cell, glucose not getting into cells- what type of diabetes mellitus
when it is impossible to defecate is known as what?
Two digestive enzymes secreted by the pancreas
dilation of heart chambers, thin and weak cardiac muscle, all organ systems affected, almost always fatal, usually unknown causetypically affects older, giant, or large breed dogs
suddenly stopping steroids may cause:
4th upper premolar, has 3 roots, 'big tooth in back', when abscesed frequently shows below eye (which tooth is this)
congenital heart problem, blood mixes from left and right atria
causes ventricles to contract in a rhythmic way
_____adrenocorticism is rare in cats and more common in dogs and horses
hyperthyroid is typically seen in middle-aged to older _____
dogs __ months and older must be heartworm tested
heart worms cause ____ sided heart failure signs
% of cats with diabetes that are type 1
inflammation of ligaments and bones of teeth
treatment for hypothyroidism includes:
what hormones does the adrenal cortex produce?
what percent injury to liver results in acute failure?
biological vector of heartworms
increased permeability of BBB to avermectins is a problem in what breed?
what hormones does the adrenal gland medulla produce?
treatment for cushings in dogs
% of dogs with diabetes that are type 1
injectable heartworm preventative
term used to describe the state when the heart is unable to maintain adequate cardiac output
straight breathing, extended necks
sequelae means '_____ _____'
an endogenous cause of hypoglycemia and hyperinsulinemia
hematochezia is _____ in stool
melarsamine is given in __ injections __ hrs apart
The first __ weeks after tx with adulticide are critical
________ are involved in water and electrolyte balance
the main mineralocorticoid is
the term for growing a lot of hair and not shedding it out
PPID is common in horses over ___ years old
what sided heart failure is this? pulmonary congestion, edema, crackles, cough, dyspnea, tachypnea, orthopnea, cyanosis
Right AV valve is also called the ______ valve
How are the adrenal gland hormones regulated?
Are gastric or linear foreign bodies more serious?
causes heart murmurs grades 2-5/6, associated with periodontal dz, most common cause of CHF in old dogs
One type of drug or drug that causes liver disease:
Megacolon is more common in what species?
straining to defecate is known as what?
Pulse deficit occurs when ____ is faster than ______
having difficulty defecating is _______
congenital malformation, can be high or low, abnormal communication between ventricles
left ventricle contains what valve?
most common oral tumor of dogs
________ are involved in inhibition of phospholipase and cell stabilization, increase in blood glucose levels, and storing glycogen in the liver
hypoinsulinemia occurs in type one or type two diabetes?
what sided heart failure is this? ascites, hepatic and splenic enlargement, jugular vein distention, pleural and pericardial effusions
oral monthly microfilaricide approved for use in cats
the thyroid gland is made up of _______
congenital heart problem, valvular (pulmonic and aortic), subaortic, smaller opening
this can be acute or chronic, typically occurs post-holidays, has various levels of severity, and can result in death
Islets of langerhans are not producing insulin, glucose isn't getting into cells- what type of diabetes mellitus?
this type of diabetes involves the pancreas and insulin
congenital heart problem, lethargy, exercise intolerant, loud murmur, occurs when a normal fetal structure doesn't close after birth
giving too high of doses of steroids may cause:
diagnosis of hyperthyroid is a serum test for ___
severe inflammation of the soft tissues of the mouth
two topical monthly heartworm preventatives
The heartworm snaptest tests for a _____ in female worms
Area of the heart muscle that originates the coordinated beating of the heart
Right ventricle contains what valve?
melarsamine dihydrochloride is a(n) _______ given in the _____ muscles
most common oral tumor of cats
exogenous cause of hypoglycemia and hyperinsulinemia
thick heart walls, small lumen, may be genetic, increased size of cardiac muscle, poor prognosismore common in cats
what is the tx for carnassial tooth abscess?
Why, after tx with adulticide, should dogs not be exercised or excited? (increased risk of ____)
what is more difficult to diagnose, hyper or hypo thyroidism?
Islets of Langerhans secrete ______ hormone
Atrial septal defect occurs when what fetal structure doesn't close?
the adrenal glands are located ___________ to kidneys
scientific name of heartworms
rapid breathing
This directs blood from the portal vein to the vena cava, bypassing part of the liver and is usually diagnosed by 6 months of age
oral monthly heartworm preventative (two words)
T4, T3, and TSH are used to diagnose _______
treatment of hyperthyroid is:
left AV valve is also called what?
by what age should deciduous teeth be out?

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