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Pyometra: Quiz

  

Question 1: The main risk period for a female is for eight weeks after her peak standing heat (or ________) has ended.
Menstrual cycleOvulationPubertyEstrous cycle

Question 2: ________ and antibiotics should be given immediately.
Intraosseous infusionIntravenous therapyCream (pharmaceutical)Enema

Question 3: It has been compared to acute ________ in humans, because both are essentially empyemas within an abdominal organ.
AppendicitisPeritonitisGastroenteritisHepatitis

Question 4: Bloodwork may show dehydration, increased white blood cell count, and increased ________.
Aspartate transaminaseReference ranges for blood testsAlkaline phosphatasePhospholipase A2

Question 5: ________ will show an enlarged uterus, and ultrasound will confirm the presence of a fluid filled uterus.
Nuclear fusionIonizing radiationRadiation therapyX-ray

Question 6: However, cystic hyperplasia of the endometrium (inner lining of the uterus) – known as cystic endometrial hyperplasia (CEH) – may occur at this time for some animals, as an inappropriate response to ________.
EstradiolTestosteroneProgesteroneEstrogen

Question 7: If the cervix is fully closed, there is no discharge from the vulva, and like in appendicitis, the uterus may rupture and pus escapes into the abdomen, causing ________ and possible rapid death.
GastroenteritisHepatitisPeritonitisCaecitis

Question 8: Pyometra is a disease of the uterus most commonly seen in female dogs , but also seen in female ________ (queens), rabbits, ferrets, rats and guinea pigs.
LionCatRaccoonGray Wolf
















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