ETN CPD - worming Answers January 2016

A) Strongyloides westeri
B) Parascaris equorum
C) Cyathostomes
D) Anoplocephala perfoliata
A) By mouth in the mother’s milk
B) By penetrating the skin
C) Through the placenta before birth
D) By inhalation
A) Strongyloides westeri
B) Parascaris equorum
C) Cyathostomes
D) Anoplocephala perfoliata
A) Eggs are sticky and very thick walled
B) Eggs are smooth and thin walled
C) Eggs are large and soft
D) Eggs are oval with an operculum
A) Strongyloides westeri
B) Parascaris equorum
C) Cyathostomes
D) Anoplocephala perfoliata
A) Strongyloides westeri
B) Parascaris equorum
C) Cyathostomes
D) Anoplocephala perfoliata
A) Late winter to early spring
B) Late summer to early autumn
C) Late autumn to early winter
D) Late spring to early summer
A) To check a population of worms are not resistant to a particular anthelmintic
B) To identify which worms are present
C) To determine which horses are shedding the most worm eggs
D) To determine the level of contamination on a pasture
A) Remove faeces from the paddocks regularly
B) Co-graze or alternate grazing with ruminants
C) Ensure good drainage in the field to avoid standing water
D) After treating horses for worms move them immediately onto clean pasture
A) Strongyloides westeri
B) Parascaris equorum
C) Cyathostomes
D) Anoplocephala perfoliata
A) Forage mite
B) Mud snail
C) Mange mite
D) Tick