CNS #7 Cerebrocortical necrosis, leukoencephalomalacia and brain food

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Section 1

Question Answer
What area in the brain is effected by polioencephalomalacia
what species does polioencephalomalcia occur in?
what is the main cause of of polioencephalomalcia? expand (2nd page)
what is the pathogphysiology of polioencephalomalacia? which cells are effected
What are clinicals signs associated with diffuse cerebral disease
how does surflur cause crebrocortical necrosis
what are common clinical sign sof polioencephalomalacia? how do you treat it?
what does sodium chloride toxicity in pigs cause? what type type of edema is it?
what are causes of toxicity in many speceis?,
what are causes of prolonged seizures in many speceis
what fluorescent dead gray matter?

Section 2

Question Answer
define leukoencephalomalacia
what species is leukoencephalomalcia most common in? what else is it called?
what does equine leukoencephalomalacia cause? and why
what are the clinical signs you would expect in a horse with equine leukoencephalomalacia?
What gross lesions would you expect with equine leukoencephalomalacia

Section 3

Question Answer
What are some deficiencies that can cause CNS injury
what are some toxins that can cause CNS injury
What nutritional deficiency do you see with equine motor neuron disease
What nutritional deficiency do you see with equine degenerative myeloencephalopathy
What nutritional deficiency do you see with swayback and enzootic ataxia?
What nutritional deficiency do you see with neurologic disease in carnivores and ruminants