VS441 exam #1

VS441 exam #1 - 1) What are four questions which should be...

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1) What are four questions which should be part of a standard history for any patient? 2) a) What signs would be a typical presentation of feline panleukopenia? b) What might you do to confirm your diagnosis? 3) Why would broad spectrum antibiotics be indicated in a viral infection? 4) An owner rushes into the emergency clinic carrying a dog with acute onset bloody diarrhea. a) What are two diseases/disorders for which bloody diarrhea is a prominent presenting sign? b) What are some questions in taking a history which might help in differentiating between these two?
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c) What laboratory test(s) might be used for this purpose? 5) What disease of dogs is characterized by “chewing gum fits” in the acute phase, or “hard pad disease” in the chronic phase? 6) One of the standard components of canine multivalent vaccines is canine adenovirus type-1. What organ or system does this virus affect? 7) Briefly describe the pathogenesis of rabies infection. 8)
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2009 for the course VS 441 taught by Professor Newell during the Fall '03 term at Becker College.

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VS441 exam #1 - 1) What are four questions which should be...

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