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Test Bank for Small Animal Medical Differential Diagnosis: A Book of Lists, (3rd Edition) by Mark Thompson

By: Mark Thompson DVM DABVP(Canine and Feline)
ISBN-10: 323498302
/ ISBN-13: 9780323498302

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Part One – CLINICAL SIGNS APPROACH TO DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS
1. Abdominal Distention
2. Abdominal Effusions and Ascites
3. Abdominal Pain, Acute
4. Aggressive Behavior, Cats
5. Aggressive Behavior, Dogs
6. Alopecia
7. Anaphylaxis
8. Anuria and Oliguria
9. Anxiety and Phobias
10. Ascites (see Abdominal Effusions and Ascites)
11. Ataxia and Incoordination
12. Blindness
13. Bradycardia, Sinus
14. Cachexia and Muscle Wasting
15. Compulsive Behavior Disorders
16. Constipation
17. Coughing
18. Cyanosis
19. Deafness
20. Diarrhea, Acute
21. Diarrhea, Chronic
22. Dyschezia (see Tenesmus and Dyschezia)
23. Dysphagia
24. Dyspnea
25. Dysuria (see Stranguria, Dysuria, and Pollakiuria)
26. Ecchymoses (See Petechiae and Ecchymoses)
27. Edema
28. Epistaxis
29. Failure to Grow/Failure to Thrive
30. Fever of Unknown Origin
31. Flatulence
32. Gagging
33. Halitosis
34. Head Tilt
35. Hematemesis
36. Hematochezia
37. Hematuria
38. Hemoptysis
39. Hemorrhage, Prolonged
40. Horner’s Syndrome
41. Hyperthermia
42. Hypothermia
43. Icterus (Jaundice)
44. Inappropriate Elimination
45. Incontinence, Fecal
46. Incontinence, Urinary
47. Infertility, Female (Canine)
48. Infertility, Male (Canine)
49. Joint Swelling
50. Lameness
51. Lymphadenopathy (Lymph Node Enlargement)
52. Melena
53. Muscle Wasting (See Cachexia and Muscle Wasting)
54. Nasal Discharge (See Sneezing and Nasal Discharge)
55. Nystagmus
56. Obesity
57. Oliguria (See Anuria and Oliguria)
58. Pallor
59. Paresis and Paralysis
60. Petechiae and Ecchymoses
61. Pollakiuria (see Stranguria, Dysuria, and Pollakiuria)
62. Polyuria and Polydipsia
63. Pruritus
64. Ptyalism (Excessive Salivation)
65. Regurgitation
66. Seizure
67. Sneezing and Nasal Discharge
68. Stertor and Stridor
69. Stranguria, Dysuria, and Pollakiuria
70. Stomatitis
71. Stupor and Coma
72. Syncope
73. Tachycardia
74. Tenesmus and Dyschezia
75. Tremor
76. Urine, Discolored
77. Urticaria
78. Vision Loss, Sudden (see Blindness)
79. Vomiting
80. Weakness
81. Weight Gain (See Obesity)
82. Weight Loss (See Cachexia and Muscle Wasting)
Part TWO – SYSTEMIC APPROACH TO DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS
Section I – CARDIOPULMONARY DISORDERS
1. Diseases or Clinical Signs Associated with Systemic Hypertension
2. Causes of Sinus Tachycardia
3. Causes of Sinus Bradycardia
4. Differential Diagnosis for Pericardial Effusion
5. Causes of Chronic Heart Failure
6. Clinical Features of Cardiac Murmurs
7. Grading of Heart Murmurs
8. Differential Diagnosis for Common Arrhythmias
9. Differential Diagnosis for Cardiomegaly
10. Classification Systems for Heart Failure Severity
11. Clinical Signs of Left- and Right-Sided Heart Failure
12. Breed Predispositions for Congenital Heart Disease
13. Clinical Signs of Heartworm disease
14. Differential Diagnosis for Myocardial Disease in Dogs
15. Differential Diagnosis for Feline Myocardial Disease
16. Clinical Findings in Cats with Arterial Thromboembolism
17. Potential Complications of Chronic Atrioventricular Valve Disease
18. Differential Diagnosis for Laryngeal and Pharyngeal Disease
19. Potential Causes of Laryngeal Paralysis
20. Differential Diagnosis for Lower Respiratory Tract Disease
21. Causes of Pulmonary Edema
22. Differential Diagnosis for Mediastinal Disease
23. Differential Diagnosis for Pleural Effusion
24. Diagnostic criteria for Chylothorax
25. Potential Clinical Features of Pulmonary Hypertension
26. Potential Causes of Pulmonary Thromboembolism
27. Differential Diagnosis for Pulmonary Disease Based on Radiographic Patterns
Section II – DERMATOLOGIC DISORDERS
28. Differential Diagnosis for Pyoderma
29. Differential Diagnosis for Folliculitis
30. Differential Diagnosis for Erosions/Ulceration of Canine Skin or Mucus
31. Membranes
32. Differential Diagnosis for Erosions/Ulceration of Feline Skin or Mucous Membranes
33. Classification of Parasitic Dermatoses
34. Differential Diagnosis for Change in Skin Pigmentation
35. Causes, Predisposing, and Perpetuating Factors of Chronic Otitis Externa
36. Clinical Features of Allergic Skin Disease
37. Causes of Endocrine Alopecia
38. Clinical Features of Endocrine Alopecia
Section III – ENDOCRINOLOGY and METABOLISM DISORDERS
39. Potential Factors in the Etiopathogenesis of Diabetes Mellitus
40. Differential Diagnosis for Hyperglycemia
41. Clinicopathologic Abnormalities Found in Uncomplicated Diabetes Mellitus
42. Potential Clinical Features of Diabetic Ketoacidosis
43. Potential Complications of Diabetes Mellitus
44. Causes of Insulin Resistance or Ineffectiveness in Dogs and Cats
45. Differential Diagnosis for Hypoglycemia
46. Clinical Signs Associated with Insulin-Secreting Tumors
47. Potential Clinical Features of Hyperadrenocorticism (Cushing’s Syndrome)
48. Potential Clinical Features of Hypoadrenocorticism (Addison’s Disease)
49. Complications of Corticosteroid Therapy
50. Differential Diagnosis of Hyponatremia/Hyperkalemia
51. Differential Diagnosis for Diabetes Insipidus
52. Causes of Diabetes Insipidus
53. Potential Clinical Features of Hypothyroidism
54. Clinical Signs of Cretinism
55. Potential Clinical Features of Feline Hyperthyroidism
56. Potential Clinical Features of Primary Hyperparathyroidism
57. Potential Clinical Features of Hypoparathyroidism
58. Potential Clinical Features of Pheochromocytoma
59. Differential Diagnosis for Adrenal Tumors
60. Potential Clinical Features of Acromegaly
61. Potential Clinical Features of Pituitary Dwarfism
62. Potential Clinical Features of Gastrinoma (Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome)
63. Potential Clinical Features of Glucagonoma
64. Differential Diagnosis for Insulin-Secreting -Cell Neoplasia
Section IV – GASTROENTEROLOGIC DISORDERS
65. Differential Diagnosis for Dental and Oral Cavity Diseases
66. Differential Diagnosis for Salivary Gland Disease
67. Differential Diagnosis for Esophageal Disease
68. Differential Diagnosis for Disorders of the Stomach
69. Clinical Signs of Small Intestinal Disease
70. Causes of Ileus
71. Differentiating Between Small and Large Bowel Diarrhea
72. Causes of Bacterial Overgrowth
73. Differential for Malabsorption and Maldigestion Syndromes
74. Differential Diagnosis for Protein-Losing Enteropathy
75. Differential Diagnosis for Small Intestinal Disease
76. Differential Diagnosis for Large Intestinal Disease
77. Differential Diagnosis for Perianal Disease
78. Breed Susceptibilities to Small Intestinal Disease in Dogs
79. Causes of Acute Abdomen
80. Causes of Fecal Incontinence
Section V – HEMATOLOGIC DISORDERS
81. Differential Diagnosis for Regenerative Anemia
82. Differential Diagnosis for Nonregenerative Anemia
83. Some Causes or Triggers of Immune-Mediated Hemolytic Anemia
84. Differentiating Blood Loss from Hemolytic Anemia
85. Diagnosis of Nonregenerative Anemia
86. Differential Diagnosis for Thrombocytopenia
87. Differential Diagnosis for Platelet Dysfunction
88. Differential Diagnosis for Polycythemia
89. Differential Diagnosis for Inherited and Acquired Coagulopathies
90. Differential Diagnosis for Leukocyte Disorders
91. Differential Diagnosis for Splenomegaly
92. Infectious Causes of Splenitis/Splenomegaly
Section VI – IMMUNOLOGIC and IMMUNE MEDIATED DISORDERS
93. Organs and Tissues Affected by Systemic Lupus Erythematosis
94. Criteria for the Diagnosis of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus in Dogs and Cats
95. Function of Different Components of the Immune System
96. Laboratory Diagnosis of Immune Mediated Disease
97. Differential Diagnosis for Immune-Mediated Arthritis
98. Differential Diagnosis for Autoimmune Skin Diseases
Section VII – INFECTIOUS DISEASE
99. Differential Diagnosis for Polysystemic Bacterial Diseases
100. Clinical Features of Canine Ehrlichiosis
101. Clinical Features of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
102. Nomenclature of Obligate Intracellular Bacterial Pathogens
103. Clinical Features of Canine Bartonellosis
104. Common Viral Diseases of Dogs
105. Clinical Features of Canine Distemper Virus
106. Clinical Features of Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP; feline coronavirus)
107. Clinical Features of Feline Immunodeficiency Virus
108. Clinical Features of Feline Leukemia Virus
109. Other Feline Viral Diseases
110. Clinical Features of Selected Polysystemic Protozoal Diseases
111. Clinical Features of Selected Systemic Mycoses
112. Clinical Features of Sepsis and Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (SIRS)
Section VIII – JOINT AND BONE DISORDERS
113. Differential Diagnosis for Infectious Arthritis
114. Differential Diagnosis for Congenital, Developmental and Genetic Bone Disorders
115. Differential Diagnosis for Metabolic, Nutritional, Endocrine, and Idiopathic Bone Disorders
Section IX – LIVER AND EXOCRINE PANCREAS DISORDERS
116. Clinical and Physical Features or Hepatobiliary Disease
117. Differential Diagnosis for Hepatomegaly and Microhepatica
118. Causes of Elevated Serum Hepatobiliary Enzymes
119. Differential Diagnosis for Hepatobiliary Disease in Dogs
120. Differential Diagnosis for Hepatobiliary Disease in Cats
121. Causes of Hepatic Encephalopathy
122. Causes of Feline Hepatic Lipidosis
123. Clinical Features of Congenital Portosystemic Shunt
124. Differential Diagnosis for Canine Vacuolar Hepatopathy
125. Comparative Clinical Signs for Suppurative and Lymphocytic Cholangitis and Cholangiohepatitis in Cats
126. Differential Diagnosis for Gallbladder and Extrahepatic Biliary Disease
127. Potential Clinical Features of Gallbladder and Biliary Tract Disease
128. Differential Diagnosis for Disease of the Exocrine Pancreas
129. Clinical Signs of Acute Pancreatitis
130. Factors Predisposing to Pancreatitis
131. Clinical Signs of Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency
132. Differential Diagnosis for Hyperlipidemia
133. Clinical Features of Hyperlipidemia
Section X – NEOPLASIA
134. Classification of Hematopoietic Tumors
135. Common Differential Diagnoses for Lymphoma
136. Common Skin and Subcutaneous Tumors
137. Classification of Soft Tissue Sarcomas
138. Clinical Features of Hemangiosarcomas
139. Classification of Bone and Joint Tumors
140. Clinical Features of Canine Mast Cell Disease
141. Classification of Canine and Feline Histiocytic Disease
142. Classification of Urogenital Tumors
143. Classification of Paraneoplastic Syndromes
144. Differential Diagnosis for Tumors of the Oral Cavity
145. Classification and Clinical Features of Thyroid Neoplasia
146. Chemotherapeutic Agent Toxicities
Section XI – NEUROLOGIC AND NEUROMUSCULAR DISORDERS
147. Components of the Neurologic Exam
148. Examination of the Cranial Nerves
149. Localization of Spinal Cord Lesions
150. Lesion Localization for Ataxia, Paresis, Paralysis
151. Differential Diagnosis for Peripheral Neuropathies
152. Differential Diagnosis for Congenital and Hereditary Brain Disease
153. Differential Diagnosis for Inflammatory Disease of the Nervous System
154. Differential Diagnosis for Common Intracranial Neoplasms
155. Differential Diagnosis for Common Spinal Cord Diseases
156. Differential Diagnosis for Head Tilt
157. Clinical Features of Vestibular Disease
158. Neurologic Manifestations of Systemic Diseases
159. Clinical Features of Myasthenia Gravis
160. Differential Diagnosis for Myositis and Myopathies
161. Clinical Signs of Cognitive Dysfunction
Section XII – OCULAR DISORDERS (Systemic Manifestations)
162. Ocular Manifestations of Systemic Diseases (Surface Ocular Disease)
163. Ocular Manifestations of System Diseases (Uveal Tract, Lens, and Fundus)
164. Differential Diagnosis for Acute Vision Loss in Dogs and Cats
Section XIII – TOXICOLOGIC DISORDERS
165. Common Plant Toxicoses
166. Common Chemical Toxicoses
167. Venomous Bites and Stings
Section XIV – UROGENITAL DISORDERS
168. Forms of Glomerular Disease Described in Dogs and Cats
169. Differential Diagnosis for Diseases Associated with Glomerular Disease in Dogs
170. Differential Diagnosis for Diseases Associated with Glomerular Disease in Cats
171. Clinical Features of Urinary Tract Infection
172. Differential Diagnosis for Prostatic Disease
173. Familial Renal Disease of Dogs and Cats
174. Differential Diagnosis for Renal Tubular Disease
175. Differential Diagnosis for Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease
176. Differential Diagnosis for Canine Lower Urinary Tract Disease
177. Characteristics of Common Canine Uroliths
178. Clinical Features of Bacterial Pyelonephritis in Dogs and Cats
179. Potential Causes of Acute Renal Failure in Dogs and Cats
180. Potential Renal Toxins in Dogs and Cats
181. Potential Causes of Chronic Renal Failure in Dogs and Cats
182. Differential Diagnosis for Ureteral Disease
183. Differential Diagnosis for Vaginal Discharge
184. Differential Diagnosis for Canine Male Infertility
185. Common Drugs and Metabolic Disorders Affecting Male Reproduction
186. Differential Diagnosis for Canine Female Infertility
187. Differential Diagnosis for Disorders of the Penis, Prepuce, and Testes
Part THREE – LABORATORY VALUES AND INTERPRETATION OF RESULTS
1. Acetylcholine Receptor Antibody
2. Activated Coagulation Time (ACT)
3. Activated Partial Thromboplastin Time (APTT)
4. Adrenocorticotropic Hormone (ACTH), Endogenous
5. Adrenocorticotropic Hormone (ACTH) Stimulation Test
6. Alanine Aminotransferase (ALT, formerly SGPT)
7. Albumin
8. Alkaline Phosphatase, Serum (SAP)
9. Amylase, Serum
10. Anion Gap
11. Antinuclear Antibody (ANA)
12. Arterial Blood Gases
13. Arthrocentesis (Joint)Fluid
14. Aspartate Aminotransferase (AST, formerly SGOT)
15. Basophil Count
16. Bicarbonate (HCO3-)
17. Bile Acids
18. Bilirubin
19. Buccal Mucosal Bleeding Time (BMBT)
20. Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN)
21. Calcium
22. Cerebrospinal Fluid
23. Chloride
24. Cholesterol
25. Cholinesterase
26. Cobalamin
27. Complete Blood Count (CBC)
28. Coomb’s Test
29. Cortisol (Urine)/Creatinine Ratio
30. Cortisol
31. Creatine Kinase
32. Creatinine
33. Dexamethasone Suppression Tests
34. Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation (DIC), Diagnostic Tests
35. Erythrocyte Count (RBC, Red Blood Cell Count)
36. Eosinophil Count
37. Folate
38. Fructosamine
39. Gamma Glutamyltransferase (GGT)
40. Globulin
41. Glucose
42. Glucose Tolerance Test
43. Glycosylated Hemoglobin
44. Heartworm Antigen, Canine
45. Heartworm Antigen, Feline
46. Heartworm Antibody, eline
47. Hematocrit (Packed Cell Volume, PCV)
48. Hemoglobin
49. Hemolysis, Prevention in Laboratory Samples
50. Immunoassays
51. Insulin
52. Iron-Binding Capacity (Total)/ Ferritin
53. Lipase
54. Lymphocyte Count
55. Magnesium
56. Mean Corpuscular Volume (MCV)
57. Methemoglobinemia
58. Monocyte Count
59. Myoglobinuria
60. Osmolality
61. Neutrophil Count
62. Packed Cell Volume (See Hematocrit)
63. Parathyroid Hormone (PTH)/ Ionized Calcium
64. Platelet Count
65. Phosphorus
66. Potassium
67. Protein, Total
68. Prothrombin Time (P)
69. Red Cell Count (See Erythrocyte Count)
70. Reticulocyte Count
71. Sodium
72. Thoracocentesis Fluid
73. Toxoplasmosis Antibody Titer
74. Thyroid Function Tests
75. Thrombocyte Count (See Platelet Count)
76. Triglycerides
77. Trypsinogen-Like Immunoreactivity (TLI)
78. Pancreatic Lipase Immunoreactivity (PLI)
79. Von Wille
80. White Blood Cell Count
81. Von Willebrand Factor
82. Urinalysis

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