rabbit med 5 mod 8

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Which of the following is a recommended method for assisted feeding in rabbits?

Using nasogastric tubes

What is the aim of nutritional support in rabbits?

To stimulate gut motility

Which of the following is NOT a recommended option for syringe feeding in rabbits?

Indigestible fiber

What can happen if malnutrition in rabbits is not prevented or treated in the early stages?

Hepatic lipidosis

Which of the following is NOT a recommended recovery diet for syringe feeding in rabbits?

Liquid lectade

What goes hand in hand with nutritional support in rabbits?

Fluid therapy

Which of the following is a possible diagnostic test for liver abscessation in rabbits?

Visual confirmation of abscess at laparotomy or laparoscopy

What is the treatment for lead poisoning in rabbits?

Specific antidote Sodium Calcium EDTA

Which of the following is a sign of liver fluke infection in rabbits?

Ascites

What is the definitive diagnosis for liver fluke infection in rabbits?

Identification of fluke eggs in the faeces

What is the treatment for Taenia pisiformis cyst in rabbits?

Drainage

What is the most common outcome of Rabbit Viral Haemorrhagic disease?

Death

Which of the following is a key factor in preventing non-obstructive stasis in rabbits?

All of the above

Excess caecotrophy in rabbits can be caused by which of the following conditions?

All of the above

What is the difference between excess caecotrophy and diarrhea in rabbits?

Excess caecotrophy is usually produced only once or twice daily, while diarrhea is produced throughout the day and night

What can obesity in rabbits lead to?

All of the above

What can mucus production in rabbits be associated with?

All of the above

How can the problem of excess caecotrophy in rabbits be corrected?

All of the above

Which of the following is NOT a common clinical sign of mucoid enteritis in rabbits?

Lethargy and glazed facial expression

What is the term used to describe the condition where there is mucoid diarrhoea or faeces with excessive mucoid coating in rabbits?

Mucoid enteritis

What is the main cause of a functional gut obstruction in rabbits with mucoid enteropathy?

Dysautonomia

What is the recommended prevention for mucoid enteropathies in rabbits?

Correct diet and avoidance of stress

What is the most common age group affected by intestinal coccidiosis in rabbits?

Rabbits at the time of weaning

What are the clinical signs commonly associated with intestinal coccidiosis in rabbits?

All of the above

Which of the following is an effective treatment for intestinal coccidia?

All of the above

How long does it take for oocysts to sporulate in faeces?

2 days

Which species causes hepatic coccidiosis in rabbits?

Eimeria steidae

What are the typical signs of hepatic lipidosis in rabbits?

All of the above

Which type of neoplasm is the most common metastatic neoplasm in rabbits?

Uterine adenocarcinoma

What can cause toxic liver damage in rabbits?

All of the above

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