Equine Health Update Issue 2 Volume 19 - Page 34

EQUINE | CPD C. Lobal conjunctiva D. Cornea E. Orbit Question 5: What is the most common location for SCC of the external genitalia of the horse? A. Shaft of the penis B. Corpus cavernosum C. Prepuce D. Scrotum E. Head of the penis Question 6: SCC of the guttural pouch is rarely as- sociated with which of the following? A. Vestibular and facial nerve dysfunction B. Pulmonary metastasis C. Nasal discharge D. Local extension into the tympanic cavity E. Local extension into the oropharynx Question 7: Which of the following statements about gastric SCC is true? A. They are uncommon tumours of the equine stomach B. They are most frequently reported in young horses C. Invasion through the stomach wall with peritonitis is common D. The fundus is the site most commonly affected E. Surgical treatment is highly effective Question 8: Under what circumstances is partial phallectomy considered as an option for the treat- ment of penile SCC? A. When neoplasia is confined to the glans and there is no proximal spread or involvement of regional lymph nodes. B. When there is extensive involvement of the body of the penis as well as the proximal base. C. When there is invasion of the corpus cavernosum. D. Where there is involvement of the inguinal lymph nodes E. When there is spread to the prepuce. Question 9 Which of the following would be considered the most important post-surgical complication of ocular SCC? A. Local swelling B. Scar tissue C. Haemorrhage D. Edema E. Follow up blepharoplasties Question 10: Which of the following procedures are considered the gold standard for the diagnosis of squamous cell cavernoma. A. Fine needle aspirate B. Impression smear C. Scraping cytology D. Histopathology E. Tape-strip cytology TO ANSWER: WWW.VET360.VETLINK.CO.ZA 34 • Equine Health Update •