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Ddx for enteritis in neonatal cattle
E. coli
C. perfringens type C
rotavirus
calicivirus
coronavirus
Breda virus
coccidiosis
cryptosporidiosis
Ddx for enteritis in adult cattle
salmonellosis
Johne's disease
winter dysentery
BVD
Ddx for enteritis in nursing lambs
hemorrhagic enterotoxemia (C. perfringens type C)
E. coli
lamb dysentery (C. perfringens type B)
enterotoxemia ("pulpy kidney dz", C. perfringens type D)
rotavirus
cryptosporidiosis
Ddx for enteritis in adult sheep
salmonellosis
coccidiosis
Johne's disease
Ddx for enteritis in neonatal pigs
E. coli
TGE (coronavirus)
rotavirus
coccidiosis
C. perfringens type C
Ddx for enteritis in adult pigs
swine dysentery
salmonellosis
porcine intestinal adenomatosis complex
adenovirus
hog cholera
African swine fever
hemagglutinating encephalomyelitis virus ("vomiting & wasting disease", coronavirus)
enterovirus
Characteristics of hyperplasia
not excessive to needs
purposeful
ceases when stimulation ceases
reversible
regulated
Characteristics of neoplasia
excessive
purposeless
persistent
irreversible
autonomous
Characteristics of Benign Neoplasms
no metastasis
grows by uniform expansion (not invasive)
resembles tissue of origin
well circumscribed, often encapsulated
progressive, slow growth
normal mitotic figures
excision usually curative
adequate blood supply
Characteristics of Malignant Neoplasms
metastasis
grows by expansion & infiltration (invasive)
poorly differentiated (may be anaplastic)
slow to rapid growth
abnormal, abundant mitotic figures
local recurrence frequent
often outgrows blood supply & becomes necrotic
Cytologic characteristics of malignant cells
unequal cell size (anisocytosis)
unequal nuclear size (anisokaryosis)
hyperchromatic nuclei (abnormal DNA content)
abnormal nuclear/cytoplasmic ratio
enlarged & multiple nucleoli
irregular clumping of chromatin
high mitotic index
abnormal mitoses
tumor giant cells
atresia coli
Name this condition in a calf.
BVD mucosal disease
Name the disease in cattle.
BVD mucosal disease
Name the disease in cattle.
BVD mucosal disease
Peyer's patch necrosis
Name the disease in cattle and the lesion.
Edema disease
E. coli
Name the disease and etiologic agent in cattle.
Edema disease
E. coli
Name the disease and etiologic agent in cattle.
Edema disease
E. coli
Name the disease and etiologic agent in cattle.
Johne's disease
Name the disease in cattle.
granulomatous colitis
Mycobacterium avium paratuberculosis
Give a morphologic diagnosis and etiologic agent in cattle.
Porcine intestinal adenomatosis complex
Lawsonia intracellulare
Name the disease and etiologic agent in pigs.
Porcine intestinal adenomatosis complex
Necrotic enteritis
Name the disease & lesion in pigs.
Porcine intestinal adenomatosis complex
Proliferative hemorrhagic enteropathy
Name the disease and lesion in pigs.
Salmonella typhimurium, S. cholerasuis
rectal stricture
Give the etiologic agent and resulting pathology in pigs.
Multifocal granulomatous enteritis
Give a morphologic diagnosis in sheep.
Eimeria sp.
Name the etiologic agent in sheep.
coccidiosis
Name the disease in sheep.
feline infectious peritonitis
Name the disease in cats.
hemorrhagic enterocolitis
Give a morphologic diagnosis in a lamb.
hemorrhagic enterotoxemia
Clostridium perfringens type C
Name the disease and etiologic agent in a lamb.
Johne's disease
Name the disease in sheep.
granulomatous lymphadenitis
Johne's disease
Give a morphologic diagnosis & disease in sheep.
Oesophagostomum (nodular worm)
Name the etiologic agent in sheep.
granulamtous lymphadenitis
Oesophagostomum
Give a morphologic diagnosis and etiologic agent in sheep.
Peyer's patch necrosis
parvovirus
Give a morphologic diagnosis & disease in dog.
parvovirus
Name the disease in dogs.
cryptosporidiosis
Name the disease in calves.
polyserositis
E. coli
Give a morphologic diagnosis and etiologic agent in pigs.
glandular hyperplasia
porcine intestinal adenomatosis complex
Give a morphological diagnosis and disease in pigs.
shiga-like toxin II damages small blood vessels
How does E. coli cause edema disease in pigs?
villous atrophy
transmissible gastroenteritis, coccidiosis
Name the lesion and give 2 differetial diagnoses in neonatal pigs.
intestinal crypt necrosis
parvovirus
Name the lesion & the etiologic agent in dogs.
lymphoid necrosis
parvovirus
Name the lesion & etiologic agent in dogs.