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

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Which form of FIP is characterized by Type IV hypersensitivity?
A common sequelae of strangles in HORSES occurs when pus fills the gutteral pouch. This is known as __________
GOATS with Caprine Arthritis Encephalitis get hyperplasia of what type of pneumocyte?
Smooth muscle hyperplasia, goblet cell hyperplasia, mucous gland hyperplasia, eosinophils, and narrowed bronchioles are characteristic of _____________ in CATS
The most common nasal tumor in CATS is _____________
Besides heartworm, what is the other major rule out for pulmonary thrombosis?
What is the major viral rule out for PRRSV?
What is the most common cause of chylothorax in CATS?
Migration of ________ larvae through the lungs causes 'thumps' in PIGS.
What is the most common primary pulmonary tumor in DOGS?
True or False: Pulmonary lesions caused by Histophilus somni are similar to those caused by Mannheimia haemolytica.
What is the primary bacteria that causes shipping fever in CATTLE?
True or False: Canine Influenza Virus is typically an upper respiratory problem.
The most common nasal tumor in HORSES is _____________
The scientific name of the lungworm of CATTLE is ________
Pneumonia caused by thick-walled, round, broad-based yeast in a DOG is likely due to which fungus?
Feline rhinotracheitis virus (herpes) is a differential for FELINE upper respiratory disease complex. What are the other 2 differentials?
On necropsy of a CAT, you find white nodules following the subcapsular veins on the kidneys. The nodules are filled with macrophages. What is your diagnosis?
A common mycosis of the gutteral pouch in HORSES is due to ___________
In a HORSE, an _________ is characterized by proliferation of fibrovascular tissue in the nasal cavity that ends up hemorrhaging.
Loss of _______ due to glomerular disease leads to pulmonary thrombosis.
The toxin from which bacteria promotes resorption of nasal turbinates in PIGS?
Roaring in horses can be a sequelae of gutteral pouch mycoses in HORSES. Which nerve is affected?
Consumption of _________ in pasture by CATTLE causes free radical injury to Type I pneumocytes in atypical interstitial pneumonia.
This disease is characterized by nasal conchal atrophy in PIGS.
CATS with bites or awns that puncture the thorax can end up with __________
________ is characterized by ptosis, enopthalmos, miosis, and protrusion of the third eyelid.
Shipping fever in CATTLE is characterized by what type of lung pattern?
Feline asthma is due to _______ hypersensitivity?
__________ is a lungworm of SMALL RUMINANTS that causes subpleural nodules.
In CATS, ____________ start in the middle ear or Eustachian tube and extend to the external ear canal or nasopharynx.
The scientific name of the SWINE lungworm is _________
Clinical signs of ________ in a DOG include sneezing, nasal discharge, epistaxis, and masses.
Pus filling the gutteral pouch, pneumonia, and purpura hemorrhagica are all sequelae of _________ in HORSES.
Mycobacterium bovis causes a _______ pneumonia in CATTLE.
________ manifests as a white fluid made of lymphocytes that fills the thorax in CATS.
Obstruction of venous return to the heart is known as __________
What type of cells does PRRSV attack in the lungs of PIGS?
__________ is the most pathogenic lungworm of SMALL RUMINANTS, but no lesions are seen
Enzootic nasal carcinomas in SHEEP are induced by __________
Which form of FIP is characterized by vasculitis?
What bacteria causes strangles in HORSES?
Adult Dictyocaulus viviparus worms live in the ________ of CATTLE.
Feline Infectious Peritonitis virus is a mutant form of which virus?
In ARDS, hyperreactive _________ release cytokines that cause neutrophils to release enzymes and free radicals, leading to alveolar endothelial and epithelial damage.
Atypical interstitial pneumonia in CATTLE is characterized by hyperplasia of which type of cell?
Is infectious tracheobronchitis in DOGS more of an upper or lower respiratory tract problem?
Rhinitis caused by _________ is characterized by narrow-based budding yeast with a thick, clear capsule in CATS.
Similar to ARDS in dogs, this disease in CATTLE produces hyaline membranes.
50% of HORSES with foal pneumonia also have ____________ from coughing up and swallowing bacterial emboli.
Small bronchioles in the lungs of HORSES that have increased goblet cells and degenerating clara cells and are filled with mucous, neutrophils, and sloughed cells is known as _____
Metastatic abscesses of strangles in HORSES is known as ____________.
_______ causes a checkerboard pattern throughout the lung from lobular atelectasis in PIGS.
What is the most important agent of infectious tracheobronchitis in DOGS?
Traumatic reticuloperitonitis is also known as ____________
True or False: Bronchiolitis obliterans is a sequelae of enzootic pneumonia.
What pattern of pneumonia does PRRSV cause?
Enzootic pneumonia in PIGS is caused by __________.
Collapsing trachea in DOGS is due to a problem in which muscle?
_________ manifests as catarrhal to mucopurulent nasopharyngitis and conjunctivitis in DOGS.
Which virus in DOGS commonly affects respiratory, GI, and nervous tissue?
Visna/Maedi, OPP, and CAE all belong to which family of viruses?
Actinobacillus suis, Haemophilus parasuis, Streptococcus suis, and Mycoplasma hyorhinis are the rule outs for _________ in PIGS.
Are fibrosis and hemosiderin-laden alveolar macrophages in DOGS due to chronic or acute passive congestion?
Foal pneumonia is caused by ___________.
What pattern of pneumonia does Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae cause in PIGS?
_________ is the most common cause of granulomatous rhinitis in a DOG
Does Canine Influenza Virus have high or low mortality?
Purpura hemorrhagica in HORSES is caused by what type of hypersensitivity?
Which form of FIP is characterized by Type III hypersensitivity?
Are canine distemper virus inclusion bodies mostly intracytoplasmic or intranuclear?
What is the most common cause of pulmonary artery thromboembolism in DOGS?
What is a very common secondary bacteria that infects the lungs of calves with enzootic pneumonia?
Sequelae of ________ include enamel hypoplasia and hyperkeratosis of foot pads in DOGS.
HORSES with gutteral pouch mycoses can have problems swallowing due to vagal and glossopharyngeal nerve damage. Difficulty swallowing is known as _________
What are the two most common causes of pleuropneumonias in CATTLE?
Is shipping fever or enzootic pneumonia more common in older cows?
Bovine tuberculosis is caused by what bacteria?
What distribution pattern is Blastomyces manifested as in the lungs?
Which form of FIP is characterized by pyogranulomatous inflammation?
What is the major rule out for Bovine Respiratory Syncytial Virus?
Are primary pulmonary tumors or metastatic tumors more common in DOGS?
On necropsy of a COW, you notice tan-yellow fibrinous material covering the inside of the trachea and nasal cavity. What is your diagnosis?
Acute Respiratory Disease Syndrome (ARDS) is often associated with formation of __________ in the lungs.
True or False: Emphysema is a common finding with atypical interstitial pneumonia in CATTLE.
Atrophic rhinitis is caused by which two bacteria?
True or False: Nasal adenocarcinomas and granulomatous rhinitis may be hard to differentiate grossly.
Which strain of Equine Influenza Virus can DOGS get from horses?
What pattern of pneumonia does enzootic pneumonia manifest as in PIGS?
Exudation of plasma proteins mixed with surfactant and lipids causes formation of _________
Of the three differentials for FELINE upper respiratory disease complex, which is the most likely to cause lingual and oral ulceration?

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