Practical 3

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    What type of cell is this found in urine?
    transitional
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    What type of cell is this found in urine?
    transitional
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    What type of cell is A and what type of cell is B?
    • A: squamous
    • B: transitional
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    What type of cell is this found in urine?
    transitional
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    What type of parasite is this found in urine?
    tritrichomonas
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    This extracellular flagellate protozoons has a central nucleus and a flagellum on one end. Making a blood smear from ear-tip capillaries or making a buffy coat smear are the best ways to capture the organism on a slide. What is it?
    trypanosoma cruzi
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    This extracellular flagellate protozoon has a central nucleus and a flagellum on one end. Making a blood smear from ear-tip capillaries or making a buffy coat smear are the best ways to capture the organism on a slide. What is it?
    trypanosoma cruzi
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    This extracellular flagellate protozoon has a central nucleus and a flagellum on one end. Making a blood smear from ear-tip capillaries or making a buffy coat smear are the best ways to capture the organism on a slide. What is it?
    trypanosoma cruzi
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    What kind of crystal are these?
    Tyrosine crystal
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    What kind of crystal are these?
    tyrosine crystals
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    What type of crystals are these?
    uric acid crystals
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    What kind of cast is this?
    waxy cast
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    What kind of cast is this?
    waxy cast
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    What kind of cells are these found in urine?
    WBCs
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    What kind of cells are these found in urine?
    WBCs
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    What kind of cells are these found in urine?
    WBCs
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    This is a cat lungworm. What is the genus and species name?
    Aelurostrongylus (genus) abstrusus (species)
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    Intestinal fluke in dogs and cats. What is it?
    Alaria
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    Lone star tick.
    Amblyomma americanum
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    Hookworm in dogs.
    Ancylostoma caninum
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    Hookworm in cats.
    Ancylostoma tubaeforme
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    Tapeworm egg in horses.
    Anoplocephala perfoliata
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    Roundworm in pigs.
    Ascaris suum
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    Ciliated all the way around. Found in poop.
    Balantidium
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    Roundworm in raccoons.
    Baylisascaris procyonis
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    Black fly
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    Chewing louse of cattle
    Bovicola bovis
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    Ruminant hookworm (sheep and cattle).
    Bunostomum
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    Found in feces. Very skinny commas or seagull wing appearance.
    Campylobacter
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    Wonky appearance. Name the different genus and species for where each is found (there are 4).
    • Capillaria aerophila: trachea, bronchi
    • Capillaria plica: urinary bladder, renal pelvis
    • Capillaria putorii: small intestine, stomach
    • Capillaria bovis: small intestine
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    Chewing lice
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    "walking dandruff"
    Cheyletiella
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    foot and tail mites.
    Chorioptes
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    Safety pin appearance.
    Clostridium
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    Infects the small intestines of ruminants.
    Cooperia
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    Ctenocephalides felis (flea)
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    Cuterebra (warble)
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    Tabanid (deer fly)
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    Demodex
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    American dog tick.
    Dermacentor variabilis
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    Thin thread-like worms that parasitize ruminant lungs. Spreads from being sprayed out of fungus.
    Dictyocaulus viviparous
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    Nonpathogenic nematode. Moves across field, blunt head, curly tail.
    Dipetalonema reconditum
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    2 genital pores, tapered ends.
    Dipilydium
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    Dipilydium egg packet
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    Transmits eyeworms (Thelazia)
    Face fly
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    Liver fluke.
    Fasciola hepatica
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    cat chewing louse.
    Felicola subrostratus
Author
kris10leejmu
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Card Set
Practical 3
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Lab Tech
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