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CNS #17 equine herpesvirus myelopathy

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britt611's version from 2017-02-04 23:54

Section 1

Question Answer
What are the two types of EHV-1? compare them
what is a common clinical sign of EHV-1 neurological form
why is myelopathy a better term for the lesion than myelitis?
why is there little or no macrophage or infammatory reaction asociated with parenchymal necrosis in this disorder
what are are the typical clinical signs in a horse with EHV-1 myelitis
what are the potential outcomes of EHV-1 myelitis
what cells are infected that explains the formation of tissue infarcts?
what is xanthochromia?
xanthochromia of the CSF is a characteristic feature of
EHV1 vs EPM
rank the most susceptile to ischemia injury to least susceptible: oligodendrocytes, astrocytes, BV, microglia, neurons
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Section 2

Question Answer
what are common specific disease associated with circulatory dysfunction in cats
what are common specific disease associated with circulatory dysfunction in dogs
what are common specific disease associated with circulatory dysfunction in sheep
what are common specific disease associated with circulatory dysfunction in pigs
what are common specific disease associated with circulatory dysfunction in cattle
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