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This new addition to the popular 'Notes On' series is full of practical advice and information on diagnosing and treating common dermatological problems in small animals. It takes both a problem-orientated approach - with detailed flow charts to illu … weiterlesen
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Titel: Notes on Small Animal Dermatology
Autor/en: Judith Joyce

ISBN: 1405134976
EAN: 9781405134972
Sprache: Englisch.
Wiley-Blackwell

30. Juli 2010 - kartoniert - 376 Seiten

Beschreibung

Part of the popular 'Notes On' series, this book is full of practical advice and information on diagnosing and treating common dermatological problems in small animals. The rapid reference format is designed to help you locate information as quickly as possible. Information on common dermatological complaints is offered in different ways to meet a variety of needs. Firstly a problem-orientated perspective is provided, and then a disease-based perspective looking at what underlying problems cause particular diseases. This is followed by a section that looks at dermatological disease by anatomical location, and a section that outlines different treatments. -Supplemented with full-colour photographs throughout to aid diagnosis -Detailed flow-diagrams illustrate the problem-orientated approach -Text is laid out in note form for ease of reference This book is ideal for veterinary students, new practitioners and established professionals who need a quick refresher

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Section 1: The Basic Tools

Chapter 1

Terminology and Glossary

Chapter 2

Lesions

Chapter 3

Investigation and Diagnosis

3.1 History

3.2 Clinical examination

3.3 Examination for ectoparasites

3.4 Cytology

3.5 Skin biopsies

3.6 Fungal examination

3.7 Examinations for bacteria and yeasts

3.8 Allergy testing

3.9 Tests for endocrine disease

Section 2: Problem-Orientated Approach

Chapter 4

The Pruritic Patient

4.1 Causes of pruritus

4.2 The pruritic dog

4.3 The more mature patient

4.4 The pruritic cat

4.5 Clinical approach to the pruritic cat

Chapter 5

The Scaling Patient

5.1 Mild scaling

5.2 Primary scaling problems

5.3 Secondary scaling problems

5.4 The most common cause of scaling conditions are parasites

5.5 Localisation of scaling disorders

5.6 Dermatophytosis

5.7 Bacterial and yeast infections

5.8 Systemic disease

5.9 Endocrine disease

5.10 Mild scaling

5.11 And non-responsive scaling dermatoses or those with an unusual presentation where scaling is the most prominent clinical sign

5.12 Immune-mediated disease

5.13 Primary genetic scaling disorders

5.14 Hypersensitivity dermatitis

5.15 Treatment of scaling disorders

Chapter 6

The Alopecic Patient

6.1 Congenital or acquired hairloss

6.2 Pattern alopecias

6.3 Traumatic hairloss

6.4 Inflammatory hairloss

6.5 Screen for alopecia due to systemic disease

6.6 Paraneoplastic alopecia

6.7 Endocrine alopecia

6.8 Biopsy

6.9 Non-endocrine alopecias

6.10 Long-term palliative treatment is usually necessary in alopecic skin conditions to address secondary complications

Chapter 7

Management of Diseases Presenting with Spots (Papules, Pustules, Vesicles and Bullae)

7.1 Young animals

7.2 Severe/recurrent or persistent lesions

7.3 Investigation of papular disease

7.4 Investigation of vesicular disease

7.5 Investigation of pustular disease

7.6 Folliculitis

Chapter 8

Approach to Changes in Pigmentation

8.1 Changes in pigmentation may be generalised or may be localised in specific patterns

8.2 Secondary changes in pigmentation should be differentiated from primary changes

8.3 Generalised hyperpigmentation may occur in some endocrine and non-endocrine conditions

8.4 Pigmentary change may be benign and/or transient

8.5 Loss of pigmentation of the skin

8.6 Reddening of the skin

8.7 Increase in pigmentation

8.8 Loss of pigmentation of hair coat

8.9 Early histopathological examination is essential

8.10 Some lesions cannot always be definitively diagnosed on biopsy

Chapter 9

Management of Raised and Ulcerative Skin Lesions

9.1 Papular pustular and vesicular disease

9.2 Eosinophilic granuloma complex

9.3 Cytology or histopathology

9.4 Treatment of neoplastic disease

9.5 Raised lesions due to micro-organisms

9.6 Definitive diagnosis reached

9.7 Chronic inflammatory and bacteria/fungal lesions

Section 3: Aetiological Approach

Chapter 10

Diseases Caused by Ectoparasites

10.1 Dog

10.2 Cats

10.3 Rabbit

10.4 Guinea pigs

10.5 Other mites and lice of rabbits, mice and gerbils

Chapter 11

Skin Disease Caused by Micro-organisms

11.1 Bacterial infections

11.2 Fungal infections

11.3 Malassezia dermatitis

11.4 Skin diseases caused by viruses

Chapter 12

Hypersensitivity Dermatitis

12.1 Parasitic hypersensitivity

12.2 Atopic dermatitis

12.3 Adverse cutaneous reaction to food

12.4 Insect bite hypersensitivity

12.5 Bacterial, fungal and yeast hypersensitivity

Chapter 13

Management of Immune-Mediated Disease

13.1 Types of immune-mediated disease

13.2 The management of immune-mediated disease

13.3 Specific diseases

Chapter 14

Endocrine Disease

14.1 Hyperadrenocorticism

14.2 Management of hypothyroidism

14.3 Less common endocrine diseases with a primary effect on the skin

14.4 Common endocrine d

Portrait

Judith Joyce BVetMed, Cert SAD, MRCVS, has put her 28 years of small animal dermatology experience into this highly practical book. She currently works at the Croft Veterinary Hospital, Northumberland, UK, and is responsible for first opinion dermatology service throughout the practice as well as seeing dermatology referrals from surrounding practices. .

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Clinical Pathology for the Veterinary Team will help experienced veterinary technicians set up various clinical laboratory diagnostic tests. It provides a good explanation of basic laboratory practices, the underlying concepts of many laboratory tests, and the physiology of common disease conditions. This book is well worth the price. (Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, December 2010) This book provides a good overall summary of basic clinical pathology in small animals. Although it is fairly short and concise, it contains all the necessary relevant information and includes a CD that takes readers thorough six complicated cases, step by step. This is a useful book that would be a handy reference to have in a practice. It is easy to read, concise, and informative. Although it is aimed at small animal veterinary teams, it includes limited information about large animal species, which is important for a good, general understanding. (Doodys, December 2010) Clinical Pathology for the Veterinary Team offers a fine recourse for technical team members involved in clinical diagnostic evaluation. Machinery calibration, normal anatomy, clinical diagnostics and more are revealed in chapters that provide key technical information for Obtaining and evaluating samples, surveying the disease process, the progress of identification and treatment, and including a DVD with interactive cases. Vet collections need this! (THE MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW, November 2010) Rosenfeld, a veterinarian who is associated with an education corporation that specializes in seminar training for the hospital team, and Dial (veterinary science and microbiology, U. of Arizona) provide a resource for technical veterinary team members performing clinical diagnostic evaluation in small animal lab work. (Book News, September 2010) ReviewUpdater-Profile-29@1326747470438
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