Animal Disease 2 Skin/Eyes

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mast cell tumors have _______ granules
Moraxella bovis bacteria causes this
eyelashes rub cornea, eyelids rolled in
mast cell tumors are grades _-_
Bots, warbles, and grubs spend _-_ months in an animal depending on the species
FVR is infectious to what species?
This test is used to diagnose KCS
'pus in the skin', bacterial, superficial or deep
otomy=
are mast cell tumors benign or malignant?
infestation of flies, 'fly strike' is called:
most common oral cancer in dogs
benign tumor of young dogs, raised lesion that can regress on own, round cell tumor w/o granulocytes
corneal sequetra treatment is removal if ______
Feline Herpes Virus is also called:
increased intraocular pressure (>30mmHg)
treatment for equine sarcoid- name one
increases tear production/discharge is also called
complex lesion in horse, viral component
most common oral cancer in cats
these flies hatch within hours and cause extensive damage very quickly
corneal sequetra may be treated by waiting to slough off if _____
blackheads
treatment for pinkeye- name one
treatment for ruptured eye
is glaucoma an emergency?
is melanoma benign or malignant?
prolapses nictitating membrane gland, not painful, uni or bilateral
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eyelids can't close so cornea gets dry, eyelids roll out
Suggested treatment for cherry eye
squinting
prescence of blackheads, occurs on chin in cat, can be minor to deep, painful infection
Removal of third nictitating membranr to treat cherry eye may lead to what?
This helps stimulate tear production
this is necrosis of part of the stoma of the cornea, pigmented brown or black plaques
raised lesion
cutaneous manifestation of obsessive disorder, multifocal etiology, typically on extremities
Location to give distemper combo vaccine
normal intraocular pressure in cat and dog is __-__ mmHg
KCS is diagnosed if less than __mm/min is measured
often a secondary problem, noninfectious and infectious causes (atopy, entropion, ectropion, trauma, kcs, bacteria, viral)
symptoms include, sneezing, conjunctivitis, fever, depression, anorexia, salivation, corneal ulcers. Treat c/s, recurring
squamous cell carcinomas are benign or malignant?
infection of gland
_____ ulcers result from a structural defect of the cornea and are unhealing
treatment for corneal ulcer that involves removal of dead epithelium
Normal wetting during KCS diagnosis for dogs and cats is ___ mm/min (+/- 5)
Location to give leukemia vaccine
carcinomas and sarcomas tend to be
ulcers are loss of ________
'oma's tend to be
Location to give rabies vaccine
this can increase proliferation of equine sarcoids
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acute moist dermatitis, bacterial infection, allergy component, treat with steroids and antibiotics
these can be small or large, feel like fat, generally only removed if causing other problems (ulcers from rubbing, affecting movement, etc)

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