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Section 1

(50 cards)

bile imbibition

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type of change?

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Not a lesion! Normal post mortem change. Rumen mucosal sloughing.

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lesion type?

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hepatosis dietetica

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condition name?

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Right sided heart failure Ingestion of hepatotoxin

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etiology?

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No. normal finding in placenta of horses (cervical star)

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lesion?

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herpesviral nephritis

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etiologic diagnosis?

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globoid cell leukodystrophy

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morphologic diagnosis?

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Ulcerative rumenitis

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lesion type?

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Squamous metaplasia, esophagus, parrot

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morphologic diagnosis?

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Vitamin E/selenium deficiency

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etiology?

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spleenomegaly from barbituate use during euthanasia

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cause of change?

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Adaptation, degeneration, and cell death

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pathology?

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yes. horse bladders commonly have calcium carbonate buildup.

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is this a normal horse baldder?

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Clostridium perfringens type D septicemic renal autolysis

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morphologic diagnosis?

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Embolic nephritis, horse

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morphologic diagnosis?

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post mortem

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Antemortem or post mortem change?

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multifocal necro-hemorrhagic nephritis

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Morphologic diagnosis?

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Post mortem change.

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Easily reduced intussusception cause?

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hepatosis dietetica

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condition name?

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Normal decomposition. Livor mortis.

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Type of change?

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pulpy kidney

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disease name?

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Avitaminosis A

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etiology?

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sheep

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species affected?

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circulatory disorders

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pathology?

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Chronic passive congestion (nutmeg liver), liver, cow

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morphologic diagnosis?

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pseudomelanosis

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type of change?

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Not a lesion! Normal post mortem change. Rumen mucosal sloughing.

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Lesion type?

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spider lamb chondrodysplasia

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Condition name?

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old age. common finding in geriatric animals

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Osseous metaplasia on dog lung cause?

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The bloat line in rumenal tympany

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What does this show?

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The separation of RBC from serum post mortem when clotting

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What causes this?

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fading puppy syndrome

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disease name?

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Livor mortis. Hypostatic congestion

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Type of change? common name?

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hemoglobin released from lysed RBCs extends into adjacent tissues

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cause of change?

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No. Normal amniotic plaques.

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lesion?

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ingestion of finely ground grain or pelleted feed (possibly deficient in vitamin E) - fermentation of sugars in the feed - stress of confinement rearing

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etiology?

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Actinobacillus equuli

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etiology?

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Blood clot formation post mortem.

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Type of change?

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Defect in an enzyme (galactosylceraminidase)

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etiology?

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Chicken fat clot.

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What is this?

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blood decomposition by bacteria forming hydrogen sulfide with iron

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cause of change?

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bile from gallbladder penetrates and stains adjacent tissues yellow/green/brown

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cause of change?

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Antemortem

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Antemortem or post mortem change?

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Single base change in the tyrosine kinase II domain of FGFR

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etiology?

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gastric ulcers in swine

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condition name?

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None. there is normal encapsulation of the horse spleen and extra capsular red pulp.

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lesion?

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canine herpesvirus-1

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cause?

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hemoglobin imbibition

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Type of change?

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genetic disorder

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pathology?

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Inflammation and repair

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pathology?

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Section 2

(14 cards)

Microbial infections

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pathology?

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serous atrophy of fat

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pathological process?

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hypertrophic pregnant uterus

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pathological process?

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Kidney, irregular cortex, nephrolith, compression atrophy of medulla and cortex, hydronephrosis, diffuse medullary fibrosis

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Morphologic diagnosis?

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Bovine Leukemia Virus

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etiology?

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parapoxvirus

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etiology?

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hydrocephalus with compression atrophy

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pathological process?

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coronaviral nephritis

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Etiological diagnosis?

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Bovine abomasal lymphoma

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morphologic diagnosis?

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atrophy of the brain caused by a reduced blood supply

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pathologic process?

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Epithelial plaques, papular stomatitis

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morphologic diagnosis?

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neoplasia

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pathology?

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Epidermis, hyperplasia, displasia and neoplasia, squamous cell carcinoma

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Morphologic diagnosis?

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