SOLUTIONS TO EXERCISES, LESSON 2
Zoonotic disease are diseases that are common to animals but diseases which
can be transmitted to man. (para 2-1)
Rabies, leptospirosis, brucellosis, anthrax, Q-fever, tularemia.
Dogs, cats, cows, pigs, horses, mules.
Dilated, lacrimation, perspiration, salivation.
Rabies Advisory Board, post veterinarian, provost marshal.
Eating, threatening. (para 2-2c)
Captured, confined, observed.
Location, length of time, quality.
Capture, sacrifice it, the head (iced).
Cardiac, respiratory, paralysis.
Vaccinated, walked on a leash.
Leptospirosis is a bacterial disease of wildlife and domestic animals. The disease
occurs in humans only incidentally after exposure to these species or to an
environment contaminated by them. (para 2-3a)
Rats. (para 2-3a)
Sewer workers, veterinarians, miners, dairymen, fish workers, farmers, animal
husbandmen, abattoir workers, military personnel. (para 2-3b)
Campers, bathers, sportsmen.
Animal bites, close contact with the animal's droplets, transmission by
aerosolized urine, infected carcasses/tissues, ixodial ticks. (para 2-3b)