Drugs
Anatomy
Signs & Symptoms
Disease
Directional Terms
100

Name a popular NSAID used in dogs.

Rimadyl, metacam, Deramaxx

100

During a surgical cystotomy, what procedure is performed?

Removal of bladder stones

100

What is the difference between a sign and a symptom?

Sign- objective finding (temp, pulse)

symptom  subjective description of results of a disease (limping, depression)

100

This disease common to felines and canines is treated by special shampoos, ointment designed to kill fungi, and oral medication if infection persists.

Ringworm

100

The section of the head and the rear of the animal

cranial and caudal

200

For what disease or condition would Enalapril be prescribed?

High blood pressure, heart failure

200

The first vertebrae after the neck

atlas bone

200

A capillary refill time of four seconds tells you that...

The animal is dehydrated

200

This disease causes hydrophobia.

Rabies


200

The top and bottom of an animal

dorsal and ventral

300

This heartworm preventive protects dogs against heartworm disease, intestinal parasites and also prevents fleas from reproducing.

Sentinel

300

What is the difference between an endocrine gland and an exocrine gland (besides what they produce)?

Exocrine glands secrete their products into ducts. Endocrine glands secrete their products into interstitial spaces around the cells or directly into the blood.

300

What is the heart and respiratory rate for a cat? 

110-130/ 20-30 BPM

300

A virus that can be spread to cats through direct contact, including bite wounds, sexual intercourse and mutual grooming

feline leukemia

300

The plane that cuts an animal in half

Median Plane


400

Used to treat conditions such as arthritis, blood/hormone disorders, allergic reactions, skin diseases, eye problems, breathing problems, bowel disorders, cancer, and immune system disorders. It is also used as a test for an adrenal gland disorder (Cushing's syndrome). 

Dexamethasone

400

All arteries carry oxygenated blood except the...

Pulmonary arteries, or afferent branchial arterioles

400

Inflammation of the gums

Gingivities

400

This disease is caused by an infection of spirochete bacteria that penetrate the skin and spread through the blood system?

Lepto

400

The plane that intersects with the dorsal

Transverse Plane


500

Specifically designed to target and neutralize one of the main proteins that send itch signals to dogs brain that triggers scratching, licking, and chewing.

Cytopoint

500

Name three of the five ligaments that comprise the knee joint.

Medial collateral, lateral collateral, patellar ligament, anterior cruciate ligament, posterior cruciate ligament

500

ocular/nasal discharge, drooling, and ulcers on the tongue and mouth of a cat 

Rhinotracheitis and Calicivirus

500

This infectious disease may lead to cerbellar hyoplasia if kittens are exposed during gestation

Panleukopenia

500

Directional terms used to describe areas of the appendages in reference to distance from the body.

Proximal and Distal

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