Zoo Med 2 Mod 14

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Which disease primarily affects the respiratory system in Bovidae, antilocapridae?

Parainfluenza 3 virus

Which disease can associated with sudden deaths in young animals during warm wet weather?

Transmissable gastroenteritis

Which disease is caused by a deficiency of vitamin E?

White muscle disease

Which disease is commonly associated with slow healing skin wounds in elephants?

Foot disease

Which disease is associated with primary and secondary respiratory disease in carnivores?

Bacterial pneumonia

Which disease is associated with upper respiratory disease in felines?

Feline herpesvirus

Which disease is common in wild marsupials but rare in captivity?

Parasitic gastroenteritis

Which disease is most commonly seen as a liver and intestinal granulomatous condition with wasting in wallabies?

Mycobacteriosis

Which disease is caused by lymphoma/leukemia viruses and reported in Koalas?

Neoplasia

Which disease is characterized by craniofacial tumors in Koalas and possums?

Neoplasia

Which disease is caused by transmissible tumors in Tasmanian devils?

Neoplasia

Which disease is particularly common in macropods and is characterized by sudden death, blindness, seizures, and vestibular disease?

Parasitic gastroenteritis

Which disease is characterized by sleepy foal disease similar to Streptococcus equi subsp. zooepidemicus?

Actinobacillus equuli

Which disease is reported in pathogenic wild equids and zebra foals in particular?

Parascaris equorum

Which disease is usually respiratory and associated with underlying immunosuppression in black rhinos?

Aspergillosis

Which disease is an idiopathic, diffuse degenerative disease of the spinal cord and brain in equidae?

Equine degenerative myeloencephalopathy

Which disease may cause respiratory signs or abortion in equidae and death in rhinos as a jumps species?

Equine herpesvirus1 and 4

Which disease is characterized by exudative peripheral vasculopathy in black rhinos with postulated viral or Streptococcus spp. infection?

Idiopathic haemorrhagic vasculopathy

Which disease is commonly reported in both rhinos and tapirs?

Listeriosis

Which disease is characterized by under-running soles, cracked and hang nails, and bruising and infected feet in rhinos, particularly males and Indian/Javan rhinos?

Ulcerative dermatitis

Which disease is associated with chronic disease with granulomatous enteritis and poor thrift, as well as acute disease with enteritis and sudden death?

Yersiniosis

Which disease is characterized by weight loss and hindlimb ataxia in cervids?

Chronic wasting disease

Which disease is characterized by varying clinical signs ranging from sudden death to gangrene in all species?

Clostridiosis

Which disease is characterized by muzzle crusts and pox lesions, as well as facial edema in caprids and ovids?

Foot rot

Which vitamin deficiency is common in marine carnivores if they are not supplemented with thiamine in their diet?

Hypovitaminosis B1

Which vitamin deficiency is common in marine carnivores if they are not supplemented with vitamin E in their diet?

Hypovitaminosis E

Which disease is caused by the Influenza A virus and is characterized by epizootics in Common seals with dyspnea, conjunctivitis, and weakness?

Influenza A virus

Which disease is a cause of malabsorption/maldigestion syndrome in Canidae, Felidae, and Mustelidae?

Inflammatory bowel disease

Which disease is relatively common but often subclinical in Canidae and Felidae, and can cause abortion, hepatitis, and renal disease?

Leptospirosis

Which disease is particularly common in bears, especially those with hepatic neoplasia, and is characterized by liver disease?

Liver disease

Which disease is commonly associated with dental disease, including gingivitis and dental fractures in males (tusks) in rhinos?

Dental disease

Which disease is an idiopathic, diffuse degenerative disease of the spinal cord and brain in equidae?

Equine degenerative myeloencephalopathy

Which disease is commonly associated with febrile pneumonia and/or abortion if clinical signs are seen?

Equine herpesvirus 9

Which disease is characterized by exudative peripheral vasculopathy in black rhinos?

Idiopathic haemorrhagic vasculopathy

Which disease is commonly associated with intestinal impactions and volvulus in tapirs?

Intestinal impactions and volvulus

Which disease is commonly associated with renal disease and haemolytic anaemia, especially in black rhinos?

Leptospirosis

Which disease is commonly associated with vitE and A deficiencies in black rhinos?

Ulcerative dermatitis

Which disease is characterized by chronic disease with granulomatous enteritis and poor thrift in all species?

Johnes disease

Which disease is characterized by jaw swelling, salivation, and inappetance in all species?

Lumpy jaw

Which disease is characterized by lethargy, anorexia, and weight loss, with ascites being less common?

Liver fluke

Which disease is characterized by sudden death, collapse, and diamond skin lesions in suids and tayassuids?

Erysipelas

Which disease is characterized by respiratory signs and is more seriously affected in European and Asiatic species, while African species are generally subclinical?

Bluetongue virus

Which disease is commonly associated with dental disease in bears, with felines having long pulp cavities to canines?

Feline coronavirus

Which disease is commonly associated with hyponatremia in marine carnivores if they are not supplemented with NaCl in their diet and are kept in fresh water and fed previously frozen and defrosted saltwater fish?

Feline coronavirus

Which disease is commonly associated with hypovitaminosis A in marine carnivores if they are not supplemented with vitamin A in their diet and are fed previously frozen and defrosted saltwater fish?

Feline coronavirus

Which disease is commonly associated with reduced tear production in marine carnivores if they are not supplemented with vitamin A in their diet?

Feline coronavirus

Which disease is commonly associated with bacterial pneumonia in carnivores, with Pasteurella spp., Streptococcus spp., Pseudomonas spp., Klebsiella pneumoniae, and Bordetella bronchiseptica all being associated with primary and secondary respiratory disease?

Feline coronavirus

Which disease is commonly associated with oculo-nasal disease in Felidae?

Feline coronavirus

Which disease is commonly associated with wasting and a granulomatous condition in the liver and intestines of wallabies, but is not considered Notifiable?

Mycobacteriosis

Which disease is characterized by craniofacial tumors in Koalas and possums?

Neoplasia

Which disease is caused by lymphoma/leukemia viruses and is reported in Koalas?

Retroviruses

Which disease is associated with sudden death, blindness, seizures, and vestibular disease in marsupials, particularly macropods?

Toxoplasmosis

Which disease is characterized by bacterial pneumonia in possums, macropods, and Koalas?

Pasteurellosis

Which disease is characterized by diarrhea and death, and may also present as a granulomatous chronic form?

Yersiniosis

Which disease is commonly associated with metabolic bone disease in all carnivores and is characterized by bowing of long bones, rachitic rosettes, and renal damage?

Metabolic bone disease

Which disease is a cause of malabsorption/maldigestion syndrome in Canidae, Felidae, and Mustelidae and is characterized by inflammatory bowel disease?

Inflammatory bowel disease

Which disease is particularly common in mustelids, especially otters, and is characterized by renoliths/urolithiasis?

Renoliths/urolithiasis

Which disease is caused by a deficiency of vitamin E and is commonly seen in marine carnivores if they are not supplemented with vitamin E in their diet?

Hypovitaminosis E

Which disease is particularly common in Felidae, but chronic renal failure is seen in all carnivores as an age-related syndrome?

Renal disease

Which disease is relatively common but often subclinical in Canidae and Felidae, and can cause abortion, hepatitis, and renal disease?

Leptospirosis

According to the text, which legislation is regularly updated and enforced through DEFRA and the zoo licensing process?

Secretary of State's Standards for Modern Zoo Practice

According to the text, which sections of the legislation cover the need for suitable preventative health programs, regular monitoring of the health of a collection, and design of veterinary facilities?

Section 3 and Appendix 5

According to the text, which of the following is NOT covered by the legislation?

Public safety

According to the text, why is it necessary to consider contraceptive options carefully when allowing animals to breed?

To avoid compromising individual welfare

According to the text, what is the purpose of the EU Zoos Directive?

All of the above

According to the text, what is required for a zoo to be Balai 'approved'?

All of the above

According to the text, what is the purpose of the Balai EEC 92/65 Directive?

To regulate the movement of animals between zoo collections

According to the text, what is the purpose of the Commission Regulation EC 318/2007?

To define the quarantine requirements for birds from outside the EU

Which disease primarily affects equidae and is characterized by sudden deaths in young animals?

African horse sickness

Which disease is commonly associated with vitE and A deficiencies in black rhinos?

Lumpy skin disease

Which disease is characterized by exudative peripheral vasculopathy in black rhinos with postulated viral or Streptococcus spp. infection?

African horse sickness

Which disease is commonly associated with respiratory signs and is more seriously affected in European and Asiatic species, while African species are generally subclinical?

Bluetongue

Which organization provides client and vet handouts for diseases such as salmonellosis in reptiles and psittacosis?

British Veterinary Zoological Society

Which legislation requires all sheep and goats to be double tagged, one of which should be an electronic tag?

EC Council Regulation 21/2004

Which legislation states that all equids, domestic or exotic, must have a horse passport and be suitably identified?

Commission Regulation (EC) No 504/2008

Which document specifically deals with health and safety procedures in a zoo environment?

Management of Health and Safety in Zoos

Which organization's guidelines are generally used to determine the suitability of crates for transporting animals?

International Air Transport Association (IATA)

Which of the following is NOT a feature that needs to be assured when transporting animals?

Transporting deer when in velvet

When signing export paperwork, what does an Official Veterinarian need to ensure regarding the animal being transported?

All of the above

Which manual provides guidelines for the suitability of crates for species being transported?

International Air Transport Association (IATA) Live animal regulation manual

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