Presentations presented by the students of Veterinary Clinic II course (#12592 ) under CBL – Program.

Course Instructor & Coordinitor : Dr.Nimer Khraim

Course Description :

This course covers skills concerning diagnosis and treatment of diseases in different animal species referred to the Veterinary Health Center or through field services

Project description :

Clinical cases will be divided into 4 forms , distributed to 4 groups of students.

Group “A” will be responsible for cases of GIT disorders.

Enteritis is common disease occur in farm animal especially in neonate and young animal . It causes large of economic loss to farmer due to poor weight gain and low in milk production in diary animal in addition to mortality .

Prepared by

  • Fawaz Eskander
  • Mahmoud Harahshi
  • Seif Sokkar
  • Nusair Hroub

Group “A”.pdf

Group “B” will be responsible for upper and lower respiratory tract disorders.

Definition of Bronchopneumonia

It is a usual term for inflammation of the lungs (alveolar parenchyma) and Bronchi .

Prepared by:

  • Ahmad Thawabtah
  • Bahaa Sa’ed
  • Mohammad Raba
  • Mahmoud Bzour

Group “B”.pdf

Group “C” will be responsible for pregenancy & parturition management & diseases related to such cases.

The most common female genital tract disorders in a farm are mastitis, retained placenta and vaginal wound and laceration.

In this presentation we will talk mainly about mastitis, because this disease interfere with animal and human health and causes significant economic losses to the dairy industry.

Prepared by

  • Ahmad Sawaftah
  • Rafat Daraghmeh
  • Mohamad Najajreh
  • Monther Qatuseh

Group “C”.pdf

Group “D” will be responsible for lamness &muscle-skeletal disorders.

Lameness is an abnormal gait or stance of an animal that is the result of dysfunction of the locomotor system.Lameness itself is a clinical sign, and not a diagnosis.

Prepared by

  • Diana Abu Dayah
  • Omayma Khreishi
  • Adnan Jaber
  • Abdulla Shalhoub

Group “D”.pdf

Each group will create a form according to cases they have .

Each group will focus on the problem they have & these will be discussed with the students & specialists to find out the supposed causative agents , solutions& how to draw the way of treatment &prevention.

Intended learning outcomes :

Upon completing this course, the students will be able to :

  1. Create a case record consisting of the following :Signalment , history, physical examination findings, problem list, differential diagnosis , clinical laboratory data, treatment plan, prescription and client communication.
  2. Attend to the immediate needs of animals as well as develop ,through self-study, a diagnostic plan for the treatment of common diseases of dairy cattle faced the owner .
  3. Describe the cinical considerations , anatomy, pathophysiology and other basic science issues relevant to each disease condition.
  4. Discuss the components of and /or create a valid label for dispensing veterinary prescription drugs to food animal clients .
  5. State the public health implications such as pre-slaughter withdrawal or milk withholding times associated with drug use in food animals .