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EQUINE | CPD Article D. Post foaling ingestion. E. Post foaling inhalation. D. Umbilical swab in transport medium. E. Urine in a sterile container. 5. Which of the following organs are considered tar- get organs of Actinobacillus equilli in neonatal septi- cemia of foals? A. Brain. B. Eye. C. Kidney. D. Lymph node. E. Intestine. 8. In dead foals which is the preferred organ for bac- terial culture? A. Brain. B. Heart. C. Liver. D. Intestine. E. Kidney. 6. Which of the following statements about actino- bacillosis in adult horses is false? A. Actinobacillosis is rare in adult horses. B. Concurrent pathogenic bacterial or viral infections are usually primary. C. Infection in adult horses is always septicemic. D. Fatal pulmonary hemorrhage with pneumonia due to endothelial damage has been reported. E. Mares that abort due to Actinobacillus, may also abort in successive pregnancies. 7. In live, sick foals which is the preferred sample for bacterial culture? A. Blood in blood culture bottles. B. Tracheal wash in sterile tube. C. Nasal cavity charcoal swab. 9. Which of the following would be considered the most important source of bacteria in sleepy foal dis- ease? A. Adult horses with respiratory disease. B. Clinically sick foals. C. Feeding utensils. D. Mares reproductive tract. E. Contaminated needles used for injection. 10. Which of the following statements about preven- tion of sleepy foal disease is false? A. 7G&7BVf&VFvVR"vrfƖrF67W"&WVFVFǒFR6PfƖr62V7W&rFRb67G'V26gFW"&'F076&RBV&Ɩ6F6fV7FRVFFR&Vfb6VFB6VB&VFFr7BfƖrD5tU#uurdUC3cdUDĔ4 5E4UD24$SĔUdUE0( "fVRB( "FV6V&W"#r( #0