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VMP 930: Canine Diagnostic Quiz


Survey Owner: James R. Flowers

Select the correct answers; then click on the "Submit" button. One correct answer per question.
1. Canine Blood Drop, Knott's, or Filter test

Identify:
Nematode Larvae:  small, straight. Anterior End Gently tapers anteriorly.  Cephalic Hook: Lacking. Tail: straight, tapering to a point when fixed.
2. Canine Fecal Floatation or Nasal discharge.

Identify:
Egg: medium. Shape: Elongate oval with bi-polar plugs. Embryo:  may or may not fill shell.  Shell: medium, striated in cross-section. Surface with delicate pits. Color: clear.
3. Dog Feces

Identify:
Egg PACKET: large, contains up to 20 spherical eggs.
4. Canine Fecal Floatation

Identify:
Egg: large. Shape: round. Embryo: usually fills shell.  Shell: thick. Shell Surface: rough coat. Color: clear to gray.
5. Dog Feces

Identify:
Egg: small, 40 µm. Shape: Spherical. Operculum: None.  Embryo:  Hexacanth.  Shell: medium thickness, with striations. Color: clear to yellow.
6. Canine Feces

Identify:
Unsporulated oocyst: Oval, maybe flat on one end; Single cell embryo does not fill cyst.  Sporulated Oocyst: Oval, maybe flat on one end; 2 sporocysts with 4 sporozoites each.
7. Canine Fecal Floatation

Identify:
Egg: medium. Shape: ellipsoid. Embryo:  morula.  Shell: thin to medium, smooth surface. Color: clear.
8. Canine Fecal Floatation

Identify:
Egg: large. Shape: round to oval. Embryo: does not fill shell.  Shell: thick. Inner surface of shell is rough. Shell Surface: smooth. Color: clear.
9. Canine Fecal Sedimentation, Sputum direct, or Trans-tracheal wash

Identify:
Egg: very large, 120 µm. Shape: oval. Operculum: present, with rim.  Embryo: morula fills shell.  Shell: medium thickness, smooth surface. Color: clear to yellow to brown.
10. Canine Fecal Floatation

Identify:
Egg: medium to large. Shape: Elongate oval with bi-polar plugs. Embryo:  fills shell.  Shell: medium to thick, smooth surface. Color: clear or yellow or brown.
11. Dog Feces

Identify:
Egg: medium, 70 µm. Shape: oval. Operculum: present, sometime not obvious.  Embryo:  morula fills shell.  Shell: medium thickness, smooth surface. Color: clear.
12. Canine Fecal Sedimentation

Identify:
Nematode Larvae:  small, straight. Tail: straight, tapering to a point. Esophagus: rhabditiform.
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VMP 930: Canine Diagnostic Quiz
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