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Examination of meat in slaughterhouse

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Methods of conducting physical examination of animals

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Medical history taking form dog's owner

Veterinary technician: Hello, how can I help you?
Owner: Hello. I have a dog since recently and I would like to know what is all about the ticks, why are they so dangerous?
VT: Ticks are the carriersm3b9517558f91124d_1510833193277_0carriers of protozoa and bacteria which cause diseases both in our pets and in ourselves.
O: Are there different species of ticks?
VT: Yes, Ixodes ricinus is a vectorm3b9517558f91124d_1510833211944_0vector for transmitting Babesiosis bacteria which cause a dangerous disease in dogs – babesiosis. It is also the main vector for Lyme diseasem3b9517558f91124d_1510833231395_0Lyme disease which is a threat also for humans. There is aloo Dermacentor reticulatus – it transmits babesiosis in dogs.
O: There are many products available on the market against ticks – which one should I choose?
VT: Indeed. There are the spot‑on productsm3b9517558f91124d_1510833269659_0spot‑on products which are in the form of drops to be poured onto the skin – they are good but they work only for about a month. There are also popular collars with tick‑repellentsm3b9517558f91124d_1510833319238_0tick‑repellents but they are effective only in dogs with short hair. The sprays are ok but for dogs of small body weight.
O: And can these substances be dangerous?
VT: The substances in collars may cause allergic reactionm3b9517558f91124d_1510833339417_0allergic reaction in the form of hypersensitive skinm3b9517558f91124d_1510833408892_0hypersensitive skin with itchingm3b9517558f91124d_1510833446168_0itching and redness in the place of the collar. They usually disappear without treatment.
O: Which signs should I especially watch out for? I heard that tick‑borne diseasesm3b9517558f91124d_1510833473730_0tick‑borne diseases are dangerous.
VT: That’s true. Babasiosis is caused by protozoa living in the tick and it is usually an acute illness. The first signs include: apathy, loss of appetite, high temperature, change in the colour of urine into dark yellow or even brown. It leads to renal failurem3b9517558f91124d_1510833512959_0renal failure and usually death.
O: And this second disease?
VT: Lyme disease – it is dangerous for dogs and humans and causes chronic lesions in the jointsm3b9517558f91124d_1510833544279_0lesions in the joints of the dogs, sometimes involving the kidneys or even heart.
O: In this case I will come tomorrow for some medication. Good bye.

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Autopsy of animals

Autopsym3b9517558f91124d_1510835835528_0Autopsy is the dissection of the corpse, performed according to a specified scheme and observing specific rules which aims to establish anatomopathological changesm3b9517558f91124d_1510836244888_0anatomopathological changes, that is abnormalities in the structure and position of internal organs and/or the content of the body cavitiesm3b9517558f91124d_1510836262552_0content of the body cavities in order to state the cause of death.
We begin the autopsy with the description of the animal (breed, sex, tag, colour, age).
Then we proceed to external inspectionm3b9517558f91124d_1510836285107_0external inspection – successively – the skin, head and natural body orifices, neck, chest, abdomen, back, loins, tail, rectum, external genital organs, mammary glands, udder.
After the external inspection of the body we can do the internal examination.
Head:
We examine the eyes, ears, cranial bones, maxillarym3b9517558f91124d_1510836368900_0maxillary and frontal sinusm3b9517558f91124d_1510836368900_0sinus, brain, cerebellum, medulla oblongata.
Nasal and oral cavity:
We make an incision in them and we inspect them internally, especially the mucosa, palatem3b9517558f91124d_1510836472908_0palate, tongue, gums and teeth.
Neck:
We examine large blood vesselsm3b9517558f91124d_1510836635482_0blood vessels of the neck, larynx and tracheam3b9517558f91124d_1510836710642_0trachea, throat, tonsilsm3b9517558f91124d_1510836735573_0tonsils and salivary glandsm3b9517558f91124d_1510839455308_0salivary glands. We are looking for the signs of inflammation and any pathological changes.
Chest:
First we inspect the sternumm3b9517558f91124d_1510839477391_0sternum and ribsm3b9517558f91124d_1510839644442_0ribs. Then we open the chestm3b9517558f91124d_1510839656746_0chest by cutting the ribs. After it is opened, we examine the pleuram3b9517558f91124d_1510839670440_0pleura, its appearance and size of the lungs, heart and pericardial sackm3b9517558f91124d_1510839694010_0pericardial sack with pericardial fluid.
Abdominal cavity:
We evaluate the content, appearance of the internal organs, their location, the diaphragm, peritoneumm3b9517558f91124d_1510839709113_0peritoneum, intestines, mesentery, spleen, pancreas, stomach, liver and kidneys.
We finish the autopsy with the examination of limbs.
We assess the bones and joints, muscles, blood vessels and nerves, and the claws.
During particular stages of the post‑mortem examination we take samples for laboratory tests. Then we prepare the autopsy protocol.

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Collecting blood on a pig farm

Veterinarian: Good morning. Let me remind you how to properly handle the pigs while blood collectionm3b9517558f91124d_1510840465603_0blood collection.
Veterinary technician: How to choose the pigs for blood drawing?
V: We test the blood from the fatteners, sows and boars.
T: And what about the pregnantm3b9517558f91124d_1510840505068_0pregnant sows?
V: We don’t collect blood from peripartumm3b9517558f91124d_1510840520654_0peripartum or postpartumm3b9517558f91124d_1510840542894_0postpartum sows.
T: How we should take the blood?
V: Somebody needs to hold the pig in a standing position and put a tamer, that is a snout ropem3b9517558f91124d_1510840565239_0snout rope on the jaw and lift the head up.
T: Should the blood be taken from the veinm3b9517558f91124d_1510840594459_0vein or arterym3b9517558f91124d_1510840612480_0artery?
V: We will do the serological testsm3b9517558f91124d_1510840633124_0serological tests, that’s why only the blood from the vein is useful. In pigs it is the jejunal frontal veinm3b9517558f91124d_1510840692760_0jejunal frontal vein.
T: What equipment should we use?
V: We take the blood from the pigs with a special 13 cm‑long needle or to turbo syringe which then we have to properly label.
T: What should we write on the test tube?
V: First, we put a tag on the pig with a subsequent number, then after the blood is collected, we write on the test tubem3b9517558f91124d_1510840740199_0test tube the same number as is on the tag.
T: And should the breeder sign something?
V: Yes, after the blood is taken we have to prepare a protocol of blood collectionm3b9517558f91124d_1510840754958_0protocol of blood collection which the breeder should sign.
T: Is this test safe for the pigs?
V: This method is safe but there are sometimes deathsm3b9517558f91124d_1510840792223_0deaths caused mainly by the stress of animals at catching and puncturing the needle.
T: What we do in this case?
V: We explain the breeder that we take blood to check for a disease fought ex officiom3b9517558f91124d_1510840812443_0disease fought ex officio, so he will receive the compensation for each dead animal. He only has to dispose of the corpsem3b9517558f91124d_1510840854818_0dispose of the corpse and provide the document of incineration of the corpse.
T: Does the breeder have a safe herd after the test?
V: If the result is negative, that is when the pigs are healthy, the farmer has to be careful and not buy untested pigs, or pigs of uncertain origin because such pigs may be sick and infect his herd.
T: How can we control this?
V: The pigs which are to be purchased must have the health certificatem3b9517558f91124d_1510840873608_0health certificate and before the test we must check if the farmer has such certificate.
T: So, we did the theoretical part and tomorrow we will meet at the farmer holding for the practical part. Good bye.
T: Bye.

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Methods of conducting physical examination of animals

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Dictionary

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allergic reaction əˈlɜː.dʒɪk riˈæk.ʃən
allergic reaction əˈlɜː.dʒɪk riˈæk.ʃən

reakcja uczuleniowa

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anaemia əˈniː.mi.ə
anaemia əˈniː.mi.ə

niedokrwistość

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anatomopathological changes tʃeɪndʒ
anatomopathological changes tʃeɪndʒ

zmiany anatomopatologiczne

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animals for slaughter ˈæn.ɪ.məl fər ˈslɔː.tər
animals for slaughter ˈæn.ɪ.məl fər ˈslɔː.tər

zwierzęta rzeźne

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aorta eɪˈɔː.tə
aorta eɪˈɔː.tə

tętnica

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artificial digestion method ˌɑː.tɪˈfɪʃ.əl daɪˈdʒes.tʃən ˈmeθ.əd
artificial digestion method ˌɑː.tɪˈfɪʃ.əl daɪˈdʒes.tʃən ˈmeθ.əd

metoda wytrawiania

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autopsy ˈɔː.tɒp.si
autopsy ˈɔː.tɒp.si

sekcja zwłok

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bacon ˈbeɪ.kən
bacon ˈbeɪ.kən

boczek

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bacterial flora bækˈtɪə.ri.əl ˈflɔː.rə
bacterial flora bækˈtɪə.ri.əl ˈflɔː.rə

flora bakteryjna

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biochemical parameters ˈˌbīōˈkeməkəl pəˈræm.ɪ.tər
biochemical parameters ˈˌbīōˈkeməkəl pəˈræm.ɪ.tər

parametry biochemiczne

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blood collection report blʌd kəˈlek.ʃən rɪˈpɔːt
blood collection report blʌd kəˈlek.ʃən rɪˈpɔːt

protokół pobrania krwi

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blood drawing blʌd ˈdrɔː.ɪŋ
blood drawing blʌd ˈdrɔː.ɪŋ

pobieranie krwi

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blood red cells blʌd red sel
blood red cells blʌd red sel

czerwone krwinki

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blood vessels blʌd ˈves.əl
blood vessels blʌd ˈves.əl

naczynia krwionośne

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bloody diarrhea ˈblʌd.i ˌdɑɪ·əˈri·ə
bloody diarrhea ˈblʌd.i ˌdɑɪ·əˈri·ə

krwista biegunka

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bloody discharge ˈblʌd.i dɪsˈtʃɑːdʒ
bloody discharge ˈblʌd.i dɪsˈtʃɑːdʒ

krwawy wyciek

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body temperature ˈbɒd.i ˈtem.prə.tʃər
body temperature ˈbɒd.i ˈtem.prə.tʃər

temperatura ciała

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brain breɪn
brain breɪn

mózg

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canine babesiosis ˈkeɪ.naɪn bəˌbēzēˈōsəs
canine babesiosis ˈkeɪ.naɪn bəˌbēzēˈōsəs

babeszjoza psów

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carcass examination ˈkɑː.kəs ɪɡˌzæm.ɪˈneɪ.ʃən
carcass examination ˈkɑː.kəs ɪɡˌzæm.ɪˈneɪ.ʃən

badanie tuszy

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carrier ˈkær.i.ər
carrier ˈkær.i.ər

nosiciel

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chest tʃest
chest tʃest

klatka piersiowa

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content of the body's cavities kənˈtent əv ðə ˈbɒd.i ˈkæv.ə.ti
content of the body's cavities kənˈtent əv ðə ˈbɒd.i ˈkæv.ə.ti

zawartość jam ciała

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creatinine krēˈatnˌēn
creatinine krēˈatnˌēn

kreatynina

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death deθ
death deθ

padnięcie

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diaphragm ˈdaɪ.ə.fræm
diaphragm ˈdaɪ.ə.fræm

przepona

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discharge dɪsˈtʃɑːdʒ
discharge dɪsˈtʃɑːdʒ

wydzielina

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disease fought ex officio dɪˈziːz fɔːt ˌeks əˈfɪʃ.i.əʊ
disease fought ex officio dɪˈziːz fɔːt ˌeks əˈfɪʃ.i.əʊ

choroba zwalczana z urzędu

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disposal of corpse dɪˈspəʊ.zəl əv kɔːps
disposal of corpse dɪˈspəʊ.zəl əv kɔːps

utylizacja zwłok

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epithelium ˌep.ɪˈθiː.li.əm
epithelium ˌep.ɪˈθiː.li.əm

nabłonki

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erythrocytes ɪˈrɪθ.rəʊ.saɪt
erythrocytes ɪˈrɪθ.rəʊ.saɪt

erytrocyty

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external inspection ɪkˈstɜː.nəl ɪnˈspek.ʃən
external inspection ɪkˈstɜː.nəl ɪnˈspek.ʃən

oględziny zewnętrzne

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external stimuli ɪkˈstɜː.nəl
external stimuli ɪkˈstɜː.nəl

bodźce zewnętrzne

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exudate ˈɛɡzjʊdeɪt
exudate ˈɛɡzjʊdeɪt

wysięk

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femoral aorta ˈfem.ər.əl eɪˈɔː.tə
femoral aorta ˈfem.ər.əl eɪˈɔː.tə

tętnica udowa

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fever ˈfiː.vər
fever ˈfiː.vər

gorączka

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fibrinous pleuritis ˈfʌɪbrɪnəs plʊəˈrʌɪtɪs
fibrinous pleuritis ˈfʌɪbrɪnəs plʊəˈrʌɪtɪs

włóknikowe zapalenie opłucnej

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gastric acid ˈɡæs.trɪk ˈæs.ɪd
gastric acid ˈɡæs.trɪk ˈæs.ɪd

kwas żołądkowy

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glucose ˈɡluː.kəʊs
glucose ˈɡluː.kəʊs

glukoza

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haematological parameters ˌhiː.məˈtɒl.ə.dʒi pəˈræm.ɪ.tər
haematological parameters ˌhiː.məˈtɒl.ə.dʒi pəˈræm.ɪ.tər

parametry hematologiczne

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haemoglobin ˌhiː.məˈɡləʊ.bɪn
haemoglobin ˌhiː.məˈɡləʊ.bɪn

hemoglobina

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haemorrhage ˈhem.ər.ɪdʒ
haemorrhage ˈhem.ər.ɪdʒ

krwotok

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half‑carcass ˈhɑːf ˈkɑː.kəs
half‑carcass ˈhɑːf ˈkɑː.kəs

półtusza

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ham hæm
ham hæm

szynka

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health certificate helθ səˈtɪf.ɪ.kət
health certificate helθ səˈtɪf.ɪ.kət

świadectwo zdrowia

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heart hɑːt
heart hɑːt

serce

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hemorrhages in kidney ˈhem.ər.ɪdʒ ɪn ˈkɪd.ni
hemorrhages in kidney ˈhem.ər.ɪdʒ ɪn ˈkɪd.ni

wybroczyny w nerce

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hormonal balance hɔːˈməʊ.nəl ˈbæl.əns
hormonal balance hɔːˈməʊ.nəl ˈbæl.əns

gospodarka hormonalna

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hyperaemia ˌhʌɪpərˈiːmɪə
hyperaemia ˌhʌɪpərˈiːmɪə

przekrwienie

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hypersensitivity of skin ˌhaɪ.pə.sens.əˈtɪv.ə.ti əv skɪn
hypersensitivity of skin ˌhaɪ.pə.sens.əˈtɪv.ə.ti əv skɪn

nadwrażliwość skóry

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interstitial pneumonia ˌɪn.təˈstɪʃ.əl njuːˈməʊ.ni.ə
interstitial pneumonia ˌɪn.təˈstɪʃ.əl njuːˈməʊ.ni.ə

śródmiąższowe zapaleniu płuc

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itch ɪtʃ
itch ɪtʃ

świąd

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jejunal frontal vein ˈjo͞onl ˈfrʌn.təl veɪn
jejunal frontal vein ˈjo͞onl ˈfrʌn.təl veɪn

żyła czcza przednia

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jowl dʒaʊl
jowl dʒaʊl

podgardle

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keeping state ˈkiː.pɪŋ steɪt
keeping state ˈkiː.pɪŋ steɪt

stan utrzymania

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ketons ˈkiː.təʊn
ketons ˈkiː.təʊn

ketony

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kidney failure ˈkɪd.ni ˈfeɪ.ljər
kidney failure ˈkɪd.ni ˈfeɪ.ljər

niewydolność nerek

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knuckle ˈnʌk.əl
knuckle ˈnʌk.əl

golonka

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lameness ˈleɪmnəs
lameness ˈleɪmnəs

kulawizna

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lard lɑːd
lard lɑːd

słonina

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larynx ˈlær.ɪŋks
larynx ˈlær.ɪŋks

krtań

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lesions in the joints ˈliː.ʒən ɪn ðə dʒɔɪnt
lesions in the joints ˈliː.ʒən ɪn ðə dʒɔɪnt

zmiany w stawach

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leukocytes ˈljuː.kə.saɪt
leukocytes ˈljuː.kə.saɪt

leukocyty

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liver ˈlɪv.ər
liver ˈlɪv.ər

wątroba

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pork pɔːk
pork pɔːk

schab

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lungs lʌŋ
lungs lʌŋ

płuca

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Lyme disease ˈlaɪm dɪˌziːz
Lyme disease ˈlaɪm dɪˌziːz

borelioza

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lymph nodes ˈlɪmf ˌnoʊd
lymph nodes ˈlɪmf ˌnoʊd

węzły chłonne

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maxillary artery mækˈsɪl.ər.i ˈɑː.tər.i
maxillary artery mækˈsɪl.ər.i ˈɑː.tər.i

tętnica szczękowa

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maxillary sinus mækˈsɪl.ər.i ˈsaɪ.nəs
maxillary sinus mækˈsɪl.ər.i ˈsaɪ.nəs

zatoka szczękowa

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medical history ˈmed.ɪ.kəl ˈhɪs.tər.i
medical history ˈmed.ɪ.kəl ˈhɪs.tər.i

wywiad lekarski

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meningitis ˌmen.ɪnˈdʒaɪ.tɪs
meningitis ˌmen.ɪnˈdʒaɪ.tɪs

zapalenie opon mózgowych

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mucus membrane ˈmjuː.kəs ˈmem.breɪn
mucus membrane ˈmjuː.kəs ˈmem.breɪn

błona śluzowa

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mummified foetuses ˈmʌm.ɪ.faɪ ˈfiː.təs
mummified foetuses ˈmʌm.ɪ.faɪ ˈfiː.təs

zmumifikowane płody

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neck nek
neck nek

karkówka

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oedema of mesentery of the intestine ɪˈdiː.mə əv ˈmes.ən.tər.i əv ðə ɪnˈtes.tɪn
oedema of mesentery of the intestine ɪˈdiː.mə əv ˈmes.ən.tər.i əv ðə ɪnˈtes.tɪn

obrzęk krezki jelita

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oedema of the throat ɪˈdiː.mə əv ðə θrəʊt
oedema of the throat ɪˈdiː.mə əv ðə θrəʊt

obrzęk gardła

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organ section ˈɔː.ɡən ˈsek.ʃən
organ section ˈɔː.ɡən ˈsek.ʃən

przekrój narządu

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palate ˈpæl.ət
palate ˈpæl.ət

podniebienie

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palpation pælˈpeɪ.ʃən
palpation pælˈpeɪ.ʃən

omacywanie

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pepsin ˈpep.sɪn
pepsin ˈpep.sɪn

pepsyna

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pericardial sac ˌper.ɪˈkɑː.di.əl sæk
pericardial sac ˌper.ɪˈkɑː.di.əl sæk

worek osierdziowy

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peripartum period ˈpirēˈpɑː.təm ˈpɪə.ri.əd
peripartum period ˈpirēˈpɑː.təm ˈpɪə.ri.əd

okres okołoporodowy

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peritoneum ˌper.ɪ.təˈniː.əm
peritoneum ˌper.ɪ.təˈniː.əm

otrzewna

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physical examination ˈfɪz.ɪ.kəl ɪɡˌzæm.ɪˈneɪ.ʃən
physical examination ˈfɪz.ɪ.kəl ɪɡˌzæm.ɪˈneɪ.ʃən

badania fizykalne

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platelets ˈpleɪt.lət
platelets ˈpleɪt.lət

płytki krwi

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pleura ˈplʊə.rə
pleura ˈplʊə.rə

opłucna

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porcine circovirus ˈpɔː.saɪn
porcine circovirus ˈpɔː.saɪn

cirkowiroza świń

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porcine parvovirus ˈpɔː.saɪn ˈpɑːvəʊˌvʌɪrəs
porcine parvovirus ˈpɔː.saɪn ˈpɑːvəʊˌvʌɪrəs

parwowiroza świń

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postpartum period ˌpəʊstˈpɑː.təm ˈpɪə.ri.əd
postpartum period ˌpəʊstˈpɑː.təm ˈpɪə.ri.əd

okres połogu

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pregnancy ˈpreɡ.nən.si
pregnancy ˈpreɡ.nən.si

ciąża

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proteinuria ˌprəʊ.tiˈnjʊə.ri.ə
proteinuria ˌprəʊ.tiˈnjʊə.ri.ə

białkomocz

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protozoa ˌprōdəˈzōə
protozoa ˌprōdəˈzōə

pierwotniak

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pulse pʌls
pulse pʌls

tętno

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rectum ˈrek.təm
rectum ˈrek.təm

odbyt

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reddening
reddening

zaczerwienienia

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ribs rɪb
ribs rɪb

żebra, żeberka

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salivary glands ˈsæl.ɪ.vər.i ɡlænd
salivary glands ˈsæl.ɪ.vər.i ɡlænd

ślinianki

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serological tests of blood test əv blʌd
serological tests of blood test əv blʌd

badanie serologiczne krwi

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shoulder ˈʃəʊl.dər
shoulder ˈʃəʊl.dər

łopatka

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sign of disease saɪn əv dɪˈziːz
sign of disease saɪn əv dɪˈziːz

objaw schorzenia

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small intestine smɔːl ɪnˈtes.tɪn
small intestine smɔːl ɪnˈtes.tɪn

jelito cienkie

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snout rope snaʊt rəʊp
snout rope snaʊt rəʊp

pętla ryjowa

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spot‑on product ˌspɒt ˈɒn ˈprɒd.ʌkt
spot‑on product ˌspɒt ˈɒn ˈprɒd.ʌkt

preparat typu spot‑on

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state of nutrition steɪt əv njuːˈtrɪʃ.ən
state of nutrition steɪt əv njuːˈtrɪʃ.ən

stan odżywienia

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sternum ˈstɜː.nəm
sternum ˈstɜː.nəm

mostek

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swine erysipelas swaɪn ˌɛrɪˈsɪpɪləs
swine erysipelas swaɪn ˌɛrɪˈsɪpɪləs

różyca świń

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taking body temperature ˈteɪkɪŋ ˈbɒd.i ˈtem.prə.tʃər
taking body temperature ˈteɪkɪŋ ˈbɒd.i ˈtem.prə.tʃər

mierzenie temperatury ciała

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test tube test tʃuːb
test tube test tʃuːb

probówka

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tick tɪk
tick tɪk

kleszcz

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tick repellents tɪk rɪˈpel.ənt
tick repellents tɪk rɪˈpel.ənt

środki odstraszające kleszcze

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tick‑borne diseases tɪk bɔːn dɪˈziːz
tick‑borne diseases tɪk bɔːn dɪˈziːz

choroby odkleszczowe

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tonsils ˈtɑn·səlz
tonsils ˈtɑn·səlz

migdałki

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trachea trəˈkiː.ə
trachea trəˈkiː.ə

tchawica

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Trichinella
Trichinella

włośnie

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trichinoscope
trichinoscope

trychinoskop

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trichinosis ˌtrɪkɪˈnəʊsɪs
trichinosis ˌtrɪkɪˈnəʊsɪs

włośnica

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urinary bladder ˈjʊə.rɪ.nər.i ˈblæd.ər
urinary bladder ˈjʊə.rɪ.nər.i ˈblæd.ər

pęcherz moczowy

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urine sample pəˈræm.ɪ.tər ˈsɑːm.pəl
urine sample pəˈræm.ɪ.tər ˈsɑːm.pəl

próbka moczu

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vector ˈvek.tər
vector ˈvek.tər

wektor

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vein veɪn
vein veɪn

żyła

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vestibule of mouth ˈves.tɪ.bjuːl əv maʊθ
vestibule of mouth ˈves.tɪ.bjuːl əv maʊθ

przedsionek jamy ustnej

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veterinary history ˈvet.ər.ɪ.nər.i ˈhɪs.tər.i
veterinary history ˈvet.ər.ɪ.nər.i ˈhɪs.tər.i

wywiad weterynaryjny