Science Quiz / Breathe, Just Breathe! (Animal Respiratory Pathology)

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What type of lung pattern does neoplasia manifest as in the lungs?
Does hydrothorax cause compressive or obstructive acquired atelectasis?
Dilation of the walls of bronchioles due to them being weakened by free radical damage is known as _________.
Inflammation of the nasal cavity is known as _______
Chylothorax prevents the lungs from expanding, leading to _________
True or False: Emphysema is a primary destruction of alveolar walls in animals.
Interstitial pneumonia is a more specific type of which other pattern of pneumonia?
True or False: Surfactant possesses antimicrobial substances.
True or False: Mycobacterium bovis can cause a multifocal pattern of granulomatous nodules in the lungs of a COW.
Is atelectasis due to amniotic fluid plugging the airways congenital or acquired?
Secondary right-sided heart failure due to pulmonary hypertension is known as __________.
Inflammation of the gutteral pouch is known as ________
Chronic passive congestion in the lungs leads to a ________ coloration.
Blood in the thoracic cavity is known as ________.
COWS close their glottis and grunt when they are dying. This leads to air being unable to escape and causes alveolar septae to break, causing ________
During aspiration pneumonia, what color does gastric acid turn the lungs?
A frosted appearance of the thoracic pleura is due to __________
True or False: Obstructive atelectasis rarely occurs in PIGS.
When bronchioles heal improperly and form a fibrous polyp after damage, occluding the airway, this condition is known as ______________.
A hypersensitivity reaction in the lungs will lead to which pattern of pneumonia?
What two associated lesions should you look for with aspiration pneumonia?
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Blood pooling to one lung after euthanasia (no clinical significance) is known as __________.
These lymph nodes are located near the bifurcation of the trachea.
A cranioventral pattern is indicative of which type of pneumonia?
Alveolar collapse is known as ________
What cell type produces surfactant in the lungs?
________ provide collateral air passage between alveoli, which help move air through the lungs if some alveoli become plugged.
Buildup of carbon pigment in the lungs is known as __________.
A bright red coloration in the lung is indicative of ______.
What cell type is responsible for gas exchange between alveoli and blood?
Does an exudate have a high or low protein concentration?
Foam in the trachea is a sign of _________.
Aspiration pneumonia will have which type of pattern of pneumonia?
Fungal diseases typically cause which pattern of pneumonia?
CATS with grass awns that get into the thoracic cavity can lead to _______
What color does pneumonia manifest as in the lungs?
Air in the thoracic cavity is known as _________
Foam is made when ________ from the lungs interacts with air in the trachea.
The _________ is a mechanical defense mechanism that produces mucous and moves it up the respiratory tract to be coughed out.
Gangrene, pulmonary sequestra, fibrosis, pulmonary abscesses, and chronic pleuritis with adhesions are sequelae of ____________
Fluid in the thoracic cavity is known as _________
Uremia and Vitamin D toxicity can lead to __________ of the thoracic pleura.
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Areas of emphysema can coalesce to form ______. If these rupture, they can cause pneumothorax.
What two species lack pores of Kohn in their lungs?
_____ cells detoxify and secrete anti-inflammatory mediators in the bronchi and bronchioles.
True or False: HORSES normally have thickened pleura in the caudodorsal area of the lungs.
On necropsy, you find multifocal flat, black areas throughout the lungs of a SHEEP. You determine it has no clinical significance. What is this condition called?
True or False: A multifocal pattern of pneumonia can be caused by aerogenous AND hematogenous routes.
Are Type I or Type II pneumocytes more cuboidal in morphology?
Toxins typically cause which pattern of pneumonia?
What color should healthy lungs be?
Club cell secretory protein loss in horses leads to _________
Inflammation of the lung is known as ______
__________ is when microtubules are incorrectly arranged in cilia.
True or False: Septic emboli to the lungs cannot form abscesses.
The lungs may be brown in chronic passive congestion due to the build up of _______ in alveolar macrophages.
These cells hang out in the alveolar capillaries for any bloodborne pathogens from getting into the lungs.
Rib impressions are often seen with which type of pneumonia?
True or False: Liver cirrhosis can lead to hydrothorax due to increased hydrostatic pressure.
Cilia have _________ that are normally arranged with 9 pairs on the periphery and 2 pairs in the center of the cilia.
Surfactant reduces _______ in the alveoli
Chyle in the thoracic cavity is known as ________
Fibrosis in the lung shows up as a ______ color.

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