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Acute Colitis: Infectious Causes CE Article #2

1. Which of the following is the most commonly reported infectious cause of colitis in horses?
2. Which statement is not applicable to the pathophysiology of Salmonella enterocolitis?
3. Which statement regarding Salmonella spp is true?
4. Which of the following is not a risk factor for C. difficile-associated colitis in horses?
5. Which statement regarding C. difficile is incorrect?
6. Which statement regarding C. perfringens is incorrect?
7. Which statement regarding intestinal clostridiosis in horses is incorrect?
8. Which statement regarding Potomac horse fever is incorrect?
9. Which statement regarding Potomac horse fever is true?
10. Which statement regarding infectious causes of acute colitis in adult horses is incorrect?
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