Clinical Diseases Chapter 6

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Quiz on Clinical Diseases Chapter 6, created by alyssa Reynolds on 03/23/2019.

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Question 1

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Which choice is NOT a layer of the skin
Answer
  • Epidermis
  • Hypodermis
  • Hyperdermis
  • Dermis

Question 2

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The skin does many jobs for the body, which choice is NOT a job of the skin?
Answer
  • Adnexa
  • Excretion
  • Nutrient absorption
  • Temperature regulation

Question 3

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What layer of the epidermis is responsible for mitosis and formation of all cells found within the superficial layers of the skin?
Answer
  • Stratum Basale
  • Stratum Lucidium
  • Stratum Corneum
  • Stratum Granulosum

Question 4

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What layer of the epidermis forms a tough, waterproof barrier for the body?
Answer
  • Stratum Basale
  • Stratum Lucidium
  • Stratum Corneum
  • Stratum Granulosum

Question 5

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What layer of the skin contains hair follicles, blood and lymph vessels along with nerves and other sensory receptors?
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  • Hypodermis
  • Epidermis
  • Dermis
  • Exodermis

Question 6

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What type of cells do claws develop from
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  • Keratinized epithelial cells
  • Secondary epithelial cells
  • Ectopic epithelial cells
  • Squamous epithelial cells

Question 7

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Ectoparasites are responsible for many issues of the skin, what choice represents a mite responsible for mange?
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  • Otodectes cynotis
  • Demodex canis
  • Sarcoptices scabi
  • Both demodex canis and sarcopties scabi

Question 8

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What is the scientific name for ear mites?
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  • Otodectes cynotis
  • Notoedres cati
  • Sarcopties scabi
  • Both otodectes cynotis and sarcopties scabi

Question 9

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The life cycle for otodectes cynotis is ____________ and eggs hatch evey _________ so treatment must continue for ____________.
Answer
  • 2 weeks; 30 days; 45 days
  • 1 week; 2 weeks; 3 weeks
  • 3 weeks; 10 days; 30 days
  • None of the above

Question 10

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Otodectes may spend time on another area of the body other than the ears. What area of the cat is the most common?
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  • Paws
  • Abdomen
  • Tail
  • Scalp

Question 11

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With flea allergy dermatitis, the patient is allergic to what form of fleas?
Answer
  • Saliva
  • Fecal matter
  • Limb excretions
  • Eggs and larva

Question 12

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All of the following statements about fleas are true EXCEPT?
Answer
  • Fleas live most of the life cycle off the patient
  • If one animal has fleas, all pets in the house do
  • Fleas will feed on people if pets aren't available
  • Flea shampoo provides a residual effect for a few days after a bath

Question 13

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What flea prevention listed does NOT contain heartworm prevention also?
Answer
  • Sentinel
  • Comfortis
  • Revolution
  • Advantage multi

Question 14

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The tick family ___________ can produce a neurotoxin in their saliva that can cause _________.
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  • Argasidae; hemolysis
  • Ixodidae; paralysis
  • Argasidae; paralysis
  • Ixodidae; hemolysis

Question 15

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Lyme disease is spread by the ____________ and can cause ____________ symptoms.
Answer
  • Deer tick; neurologic
  • Brown dog tick; hemolytic
  • Deer tick; Arthritic
  • Lone star tick; neurologic

Question 16

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Which of the following is NOT an effective way to manage ticks in the environment?
Answer
  • Removal of brush in yard
  • Limiting mice population
  • Planting Rhododenrons
  • Keeeping grass cut

Question 17

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Where on the body are ticks most likely to populate?
Answer
  • Interdigital
  • Around Ears
  • Ventral abdomen
  • Both Interdigital and the ventral abdomen

Question 18

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Mange has three common types of parasite, which one is NOT mange?
Answer
  • Demodectic
  • Sarcoptic
  • Notoedric
  • Cutebraic

Question 19

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What type of mange is characterized by a "cigar" or "alligator" shaped body of the parasite?
Answer
  • Demodectic
  • Sarcoptic
  • Notoedric
  • Cutebraic

Question 20

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Localized demodex tends to have areas of alopecia. What area is NOT a common area for alopecia?
Answer
  • Around th eyes
  • Around the mouth
  • The body trunk
  • On the pinna's

Question 21

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Generalized and localized demodectic mange have one important clinical sign that differentiates them from other types of mange. What is it?
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  • Generalized alopecia
  • Secondary infections
  • Non-pruritic
  • Prurititis

Question 22

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What is NOT a treatment for generalized or severe localized treatment of demodex?
Answer
  • Mitaban
  • Rotenone
  • Ivermectin
  • Interceptor

Question 23

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What client information is NOT indicative of demodex when talking to an owner?
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  • Many animals will outgrow this mange as they age
  • Demodex is not zoonotic
  • Demodex is zoonotic
  • Treatment will never completely remove mites from the skin

Question 24

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What is the scientific name for scabies?
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  • Sarcoptic mange
  • Demodectic mange
  • Notodectic mange
  • Otodectic mange

Question 25

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What clinical sign DOES NOT belong with symptoms of scabies?
Answer
  • Intense pruritis
  • Red, crusty lesions near elbows and ears
  • Alopecia around the eyes
  • Secondary infections due to self trauma

Question 26

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What is NOT a treatment of scabies?
Answer
  • Mitaban dip
  • Revolution
  • Ivermectin
  • Paramite dip

Question 27

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What information needs to be communicated to clients regarding scabies?
Answer
  • Scabies is highly contagious among dogs
  • Humans will frequently develop lesions with animal contact
  • Mites do not remain on people for more than a few hours
  • All of the above

Question 28

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Regarding scabies on a cat, all of the following are true EXCEPT?
Answer
  • Produces a very similar disease process
  • Dogs with mites will rarely infect cats
  • Signs are produced from the same type of mite
  • Disease is very pruritic

Question 29

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What disease process do cuterebra species produce?
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  • Warbles
  • Myiasis
  • Mange
  • Dermatomycosis

Question 30

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What type of fly produces myiasis in animals?
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  • Cuterebra
  • Dipterous
  • Tipterous
  • Microsporum

Question 31

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Myiasis is what type of infection?
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  • Warble
  • Demodectic
  • Fungal
  • Maggot

Question 32

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Warbles are MOST likely to be seen in all these animals EXCEPT:
Answer
  • Rabbits
  • Kittens
  • Adult indoor cats
  • Young puppies

Question 33

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Warbles initially mature in _________ and penetrate the animal's skin forming a _____________ pocket where it continues to mature to an adult fly.
Answer
  • Soil; Subcutaneous
  • Fecal matter; subcutaneous
  • Fur; intramuscular
  • Soil; intramuscular

Question 34

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Which of the following statements is NOT true of myiasis?
Answer
  • It is a disease of neglect
  • Avoid using toxic dips on wounds to remove maggots
  • Indoor animals are as susceptible as outdoor animals
  • Daily wound cleaning must be done as treatment

Question 35

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Which statement is TRUE pertaining to lice?
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  • Lice are contagious to different species
  • Most animals are asymptomatic with life infestation
  • Anemia can develop from blood sucking lice
  • Lice infection is zoontic

Question 36

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What is the medical term for a fungal infection of the skin?
Answer
  • Superficial pyoderma
  • Superficial dermatomycoses
  • Superficial dermatolysis
  • Superficial impetigo

Question 37

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Treatment of most acute dermatitis includes all of the following EXCEPT:
Answer
  • Cleaning area with medicated shampoo
  • Prednisone once daily
  • Lyme dip
  • Oral antibiotics

Question 38

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What skin tumor is seen mainly in young dogs and is usually found on the face, lips, legs and abdomen of the dog?
Answer
  • Sebaceous cyst
  • Lipoma
  • Melanoma
  • Histiocytoma

Question 39

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What skin tumor is found usually in older, obese dogs who are more likely female?
Answer
  • Sebaceous cyst
  • Papilloma
  • Histiocytoma
  • Lipoma

Question 40

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What skin tumor appears as a white, cauliflower like growth in young dogs?
Answer
  • Sebaceous cyst
  • papilloma
  • Histiocytoma
  • Lipoma

Question 41

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What tumor of the skin will slowly enlarge and spontaneously irrupt to exude gray, cheese like material?
Answer
  • Sebaceous cyst
  • Lipoma
  • Histiocytoma
  • Papilloma

Question 42

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What malignant skin tumor is defined by a single discrete lesion that is round, firm and often ulcerated and that rarely metastasizes?
Answer
  • Mast cell
  • Basil cell carcinoma
  • Fibrosarcoma
  • Melanoma

Question 43

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What malignant skin tumor is defined by a mass that is located near a recently vaccinated area that is rapidly growing, firm and elongated?
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  • Fibrosarcoma
  • Basil cell carcinoma
  • Melanoma
  • Mast cell

Question 44

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What malignant skin tumor is defined by being large, dome shaped, sessile growth with varying pigmentation and metastasize readily?
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  • Fibrosarcoma
  • Melanoma
  • Mast cell
  • Basil cell carcinoma

Question 45

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Fibrosarcoma's that are non-vaccine induced usually affect, ___________ and vaccine induced tumors usually affect ____________.
Answer
  • Older dogs; younger dogs
  • Cats; older dogs
  • Older dogs; cats
  • Cats; younger dogs

Question 46

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What breed of dog is commonly associated with sebaceous cysts?
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  • Cocker spaniel
  • Doberman pinscher
  • Labrador retriever
  • Toy poodle

Question 47

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What highly aggressive form of malignancy is associated with siamese and male cats with lesions that may appear crusty?
Answer
  • Melanoma
  • Fibrosarcoma
  • Mast cell
  • Adenoma

Question 48

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The vaccine most associated with fibrosarcoma is the ____________ vaccine that contains ______________ .
Answer
  • Rabies; mercury
  • Rabies; aluminum
  • FVRCP; mercury
  • FVRCP; aluminum

Question 49

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What tumor can be prevented from recurrence by neutering male dogs?
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  • Adenocarcinoma
  • Adenoma
  • Squamous cell carcinoma
  • Mast cell

Question 50

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What malignant tumor is defined by a locally invasive, cauliflower-like mass with a necrotic odor that may be found in the mouth?
Answer
  • Papilloma
  • Squamous cell carcinoma
  • Melanoma
  • Mast cell

Question 51

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What tumor is generally found near the perianal area?
Answer
  • Adenocarcinoma
  • Adenoma
  • Melanoma
  • Both Adenocarcinoma and Adenoma
  • All of the above

Question 52

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What benign tumor is defined by usually being small, slow growing, hairless, and deeply pigmented?
Answer
  • Melanoma
  • Papilloma
  • Histiocytoma
  • Lipoma

Question 53

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Deep pyodermas commonly involve what type of microorganism?
Answer
  • Streptococcus
  • Microsporum gypseum
  • Staphylococcus intermedius
  • Microsporum canis

Question 54

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What skin infection is defined by a rapidly growing, circular patch of alopecia seen most frequently on the face and head and can be diagnosed with a woods lamp?
Answer
  • Microsporum canis
  • Streptococcus sp.
  • Demodectic mange
  • Staphylococcus aureus

Question 55

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What disease process is most commonly seen in young dogs who are malnourished, debilitated, and with poor hygiene?
Answer
  • Superficial dermatomycoses
  • Impetigo
  • Acne
  • Skinfold pyoderma

Question 56

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What disease process is normally found on the chin of patients and young dogs that usually present few problems, but in cats it can become a chronic problem at any age?
Answer
  • Acne
  • Ipetigo
  • Skinfold pyoderma
  • Superficial pyoderma

Question 57

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There are three types of fungus that typically cause infection in the skin of the dog and cat. Which is NOT a common type of skin fungus?
Answer
  • Microsporum canis
  • Trichophyton mentagrophytes
  • Microsporum gypsum
  • Aspergillosis

Question 58

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What type of antibiotic is NOT typically used in pyodermic infections?
Answer
  • Metronidazole
  • Cephalexin
  • Enrofloxacin
  • Amoxicillin

Question 59

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What type of tumor do veterinary professionals usually premedicate the patient with benadryl before removal of the growth?
Answer
  • Mast cell
  • Melanoma
  • Adenoma
  • Fibrosarcoma
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