Flashcards in Final Review Deck (43)
If a treatment would actually be effective, but a significant effect was not detected in the study (the null hypothesis was accepted), the study lacked:
Details of the assessed treatment(s) and measurements are described by the:
What drug is a dissociative agent?
What do depressed levels of neutrophils usually indicate?
Active viral infections
The presence of parasites and allergic reactions are two conditions that often cause an elevation in which white blood cell type?
Peridontal disease is a bacterial infection of the _______ and the accumulation of _______.
What is least likely to cause intestinal inflammation in mice or rats?
What type of medication may help eliminate signs of coccidiosis?
What disease is often fatal in ferrest
What is NOT an effective treatment for insulinoma in ferrets?
What does NOT predispose a cat to be more likely to develop feline lower urinary tract disease?
A diet containing taurine
What is the most common route of infection for Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Mycobacterium bovis?
Inhalation of aerosols
What is described as the cessation or reduction in the motility of a ruminant's stomach due to indigestion caused by a change within the animal?
What is the typical treatment for a ruminant with a severely distended, bloated abdomen?
Surgical incision of the rumen
What condition causes a moist greasy exudate on the skin of swine?
What is NOt a sign of red leg?
Dry rough skin
What disease in fish can be successfully treated with repeated dilute formalin baths?
What disease causes lethargy and excessive mucus and white spots on the skin of fish?
What fish disease can be successfully treated using atabrine and sea salt?
Mycobacteriosis in fish is thought to spread through what?
Cannibalism of dead tank mates
What statement is FALSE regarding the effects of prions in the nervous system?
Extracellular amyloid plaques cause the brain to become dry and rigid
Hyphae are multicellular tubular structures characteristic of what organism?
In what group of helminths are tapeworms found?
What group of worms are generally elongate, cylindrical, and non-segmented?
What is another term for antibody-mediated response?
What term would use to describe a graft that is transplanted between individuals of the same species?
What statement is true of axenic animals as compared to animals with normal microflora?
Thay have lower white blood cell counts
What vitamins are required in lesser quantities in axenic animals?
Vitamin A and vitamin E
What best describes "alleles"?
Copies of the same gene