Merck Veterinary Manual
The Merck Veterinary Manual provides veterinary practitioners and students with practical explanations of what to do to diagnose and treat conditions in all of…
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Do you know the correct answer? The correct answer is C, two liters of reflux and more are considered abnormal. The smaller volumes (A, B) are not considered abnormal, and 4 liters is well above the normal range. In addition, any amount of blood in the reflux is abnormal, regardless of volume. Click to learn more about Equine Emergency Procedures.
Do you know the correct answer? The correct answer is C, Marek’s disease. Marek’s disease (C) is ubiquitous worldwide. Every flock is presumed to be infected, except perhaps those that adhere to strict, pathogen-free conditions. Typically, all chickens are vaccinated against Marek’s disease. Click to see Marek's Disease in Poultry.
Veterinary Pop Quiz! Do you know the correct answer? The correct answer is D, treatment involves insulin twice a day and a change in diet. The diet for dogs should be changed (A) to a formula high in complex carbohydrates and fiber and low in fat. In dogs, females are affected twice as often as males, not the other way around (B). Unlike cats who have a high remission rate, in dogs the disease is generally life-long (C). Click to learn more about Diabetes Mellitus in Dogs and Cats.