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Skin Diseases of the Dog and Cat 3rd New edition [Pehme köide]

(Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Dermatology, University Of Liverpool Small Animal Hospital, UK), , (The Veterinary Centre, Cheylesmore, Coventry, UK), (American College of Veterinary Dermatology, Waconia, Wisconsin, USA)
  • Formaat: Paperback / softback, 296 pages, kõrgus x laius: 234x156 mm, kaal: 807 g, 9 Line drawings, black and white; 338 Halftones, color; 7 Tables, color
  • Sari: Veterinary Color Handbook Series
  • Ilmumisaeg: 15-Nov-2018
  • Kirjastus: CRC Press
  • ISBN-10: 1138308706
  • ISBN-13: 9781138308701
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  • Formaat: Paperback / softback, 296 pages, kõrgus x laius: 234x156 mm, kaal: 807 g, 9 Line drawings, black and white; 338 Halftones, color; 7 Tables, color
  • Sari: Veterinary Color Handbook Series
  • Ilmumisaeg: 15-Nov-2018
  • Kirjastus: CRC Press
  • ISBN-10: 1138308706
  • ISBN-13: 9781138308701
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A Colour Handbook of Skin Diseases of the Dog and Cat was one of the first books to bring key information about skin diseases to clinicians in an easy-to-use problem-oriented format. This fully revised and updated Third Edition responds to the huge growth in knowledge about skin conditions over the last decade, including the discovery of new conditions, the development of new approaches to management, and effective new treatment options.

  • 13 chapters covering over 120 skin, claw and ear conditions classified by their principle presenting sign.
  • Concise, systematically structured text covering definition, aetiology and pathogenesis, clinical features, differential diagnoses, diagnostic tests and management.
  • Flow charts in each chapter to help clinicians get to the right diagnosis.
  • Special focus on diseases affecting paediatric patients as well as chapters discussing paw, ear and nasal planum diseases.
  • Explanation of new treatments for atopic dermatitis.
  • Over 350 superb colour photographs and diagrams, mostly new for this this edition.
  • A focus on clinical practice and the need to explain the disease to the owner.
  • Up-to-date and fully referenced throughout.

This practical book continues to provide an entirely comprehensive guide to the diagnosis and management of veterinary skin conditions, in a format that is easily accessible for busy clinicians.


 

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"Completely up-to-date and fully referenced throughout, "Skin Diseases of the Dog and Cat" is impressively updated in response to developments in veterinary dermatology over the last decade; Presents a clear and user-friendly design with one condition per page (or spread of pages); and is referenced throughout to give the clinician access to the literature." Susan Bethany, Midwest Book Review, Jan 2019 "This is a high-quality book overall {...} I am extremely appreciative of this one's evidence-based medicine approach." Jason B. Pieper, DVM, MS, DACVD (University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine)

Preface xi
Acknowledgements xiii
Treatment recommendations and professional responsibilities xv
Chapter 1 Basics
1(12)
Terminology used in the description of dermatological lesions
1(7)
Dermatological sampling techniques
8(4)
Dermatological history and physical exam
12(1)
Chapter 2 Pruritic Dermatoses
13(52)
Acral lick dermatitis (acral lick granulomas)
13(2)
Behavioural dermatoses
15(3)
Atopic dermatitis in dogs
18(12)
Malassezia dermatitis (cutaneous yeast infection)
30(3)
Urticaria (hives)
33(1)
Anal sac disease (anal sac impaction, sacculitis or abscessation)
34(2)
Contact dermatitis (irritant contact dermatitis, allergic contact dermatitis)
36(2)
Epitheliotrophic lymphoma (mycosis fungoides, cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, Sezary's syndrome)
38(3)
Feline hypersensitivity dermatitis (feline allergic dermatitis, feline atopic dermatitis)
41(7)
Feline Demodex gatoi infestation
48(1)
Notoedric mange
49(1)
Cheyletiella mite infestation
50(2)
Fleas and flea allergic dermatitis (flea bite hypersensitivity)
52(4)
Sarcoptic mange
56(3)
Harvest mite infestation (trombiculiasis, chiggers)
59(2)
Pediculosis (lice)
61(2)
Neurogenic dermatoses (including feline orofacial pain syndrome, trigeminal neuropathy, feline idiopathic ulcerative dermatosis, syringomyelia, sensory neuropathy and tail dock neuroma)
63(2)
Chapter 3 Crusting Dermatoses
65(28)
General approach to papules, pustules and crusts
65(1)
Surface and superficial pyoderma
65(10)
Canine acne (chin and muzzle folliculitis and furunculosis)
75(2)
Feline acne
77(2)
Fly and mosquito bite dermatitis
79(2)
Pemphigus foliaceus
81(4)
Trichophyton mentagrophytes dermatophytosis
85(1)
Idiopathic ear margin vasculitis (proliferative thrombovascular necrosis of the pinna)
85(2)
Solar dermatitis (actinic keratosis)
87(2)
Feline squamous cell carcinoma in situ
89(1)
Facial dermatitis of Persian and Himalayan cats
90(1)
Feline thymoma-associated dermatosis
91(2)
Chapter 4 Alopecic Dermatoses
93(40)
Non-pruritic alopecia
93(2)
Alopecia X
95(2)
Cyclical flank alopecia (seasonal flank alopecia, flank alopecia, recurrent flank alopecia)
97(2)
Telogen and anagen defluxion
99(1)
Hypothyroidism
100(4)
Hyperadrenocorticism in dogs and cats (Cushing's disease)
104(6)
Feline paraneoplastic alopecia
110(1)
Acquired pattern alopecia (pattern baldness, follicular miniaturisation)
111(1)
Black hair follicular dysplasia
112(1)
Colour-dilution alopecia (colour-mutant alopecia, blue Doberman or blue dog syndrome)
113(2)
Dermatophytosis
115(6)
Feline demodicosis
121(1)
Canine demodicosis
122(4)
Alopecia areata
126(1)
Tail gland hyperplasia (stud tail)
127(1)
Injection site alopecia
128(2)
Postclipping alopecia
130(1)
Topical corticosteroid reaction
131(2)
Chapter 5 Dermatoses of Abnormal Keratinisation
133(24)
Topical therapies for seborrhoea
133(1)
General approach to keratinisation disorders
133(1)
Ichthyosis
134(1)
Sebaceous adenitis
135(2)
Zinc-responsive dermatosis
137(2)
Leishmaniasis
139(5)
Exfoliative cutaneous lupus erythematosus of the German Short-haired Pointer
144(1)
Vitamin A-responsive dermatosis
145(1)
Idiopathic keratinisation defects (primary seborrhoea)
146(4)
Canine ear margin seborrhoea
150(1)
Nasal and digital hyperkeratosis
151(1)
Callus formation
152(2)
Schnauzer comedo syndrome
154(1)
Cutaneous horn
155(1)
Spiculosis
156(1)
Chapter 6 Ulcerative Dermatoses
157(32)
General approach to ulcerative dermatoses
157(1)
Feline idiopathic ulcerative dermatitis
157(2)
Feline cutaneous herpesvirus and calicivirus infections
159(1)
Feline cowpox infection
160(2)
Pemphigus vulgaris
162(1)
Bullous pemphigoid
163(1)
Mucous membrane pemphigoid
164(1)
Mucocutaneous pyoderma
165(2)
Epidermolysis bullosa acquisita
167(1)
Vasculopathy of Greyhounds (cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy, Alabama rot, Greenetrack's disease)
168(2)
Vesicular cutaneous lupus erythematosus of the Shetland Sheepdog and Collie
170(1)
Systemic lupus erythematosus
171(3)
Superficial necrolytic dermatitis (diabetic dermatopathy, hepatocutaneous syndrome, necrolytic migratory erythema and metabolic epidermal necrosis)
174(3)
German Shepherd dog pyoderma
177(2)
Decubital ulcers (pressure sores)
179(1)
Mucocutaneous lupus erythematosus
180(2)
Vasculitis and vasculopathy
182(3)
Erythema multiforme complex
185(4)
Chapter 7 Draining Tracts
189(26)
General approach to draining tracts
189(1)
Pansteatitis (yellow fat disease)
189(1)
Feline mycobacterial infections
190(3)
Postgrooming furunculosis
193(2)
Deep pyoderma (furunculosis)
195(3)
Canine mycobacteriosis (canine leproid granuloma and opportunistic [ atypical] mycobacterial infections)
198(2)
Nocardiosis/Actinomycosis
200(2)
Sporotrichosis
202(2)
Blastomycosis
204(2)
Saprophytic deep fungal infections (eumycotic mycetoma, chromomycosis [ phaeohyphomycosis and chromoblastomycosis], hyalohyphomycosis, zygomycosis)
206(1)
Sterile nodular panniculitis
207(2)
Dermoid sinus
209(2)
Perianal fistulae (anal furunculosis)
211(1)
Metatarsal fistulation
212(3)
Chapter 8 Diseases of the Paws and Nails
215(12)
General approach to paws and nails
215(1)
Interdigital cysts and furunculosis
216(3)
Neoplasia of the nailbeds and feet
219(1)
Calcinosis circumscripta
220(1)
Vasculitis of the footpads
221(1)
Symmetrical lupoid onychitis (onychodystrophy)
222(3)
Feline plasma cell pododermatitis
225(1)
Footpad corns (keratomas)
226(1)
Chapter 9 Nasal Dermatoses
227(4)
General approach to nasal dermatoses
227(1)
Nasal arteritis
228(1)
Discoid lupus erythematosus
229(2)
Chapter 10 Juvenile Dermatoses
231(12)
General approach to juvenile dermatoses
231(1)
Juvenile cellulitis (puppy strangles)
232(1)
Shar Pei mucinosis
233(1)
Epidermolysis bullosa -- hereditary
234(1)
Ehlers--Danlos syndrome
235(1)
Congenital alopecias
236(2)
Ectodermal dysplasia
236(1)
Black hair follicular dysplasia
236(1)
Colour dilution alopecia
237(1)
Pattern alopecia of Spaniels
237(1)
Pattern baldness (follicular miniaturisation)
237(1)
Canine familial dermatomyositis (ischaemic dermatopathy/vasculitis)
238(2)
Canine congenital endocrinopathies (pituitary dwarfism)
240(2)
Acral mutilation syndrome
242(1)
Chapter 11 Nodular Dermatoses
243(18)
General approach to nodular dermatoses
243(1)
Sterile granuloma/pyogranuloma
243(2)
Dermatophyte kerions
245(1)
Histiocytic neoplasia
246(3)
Canine eosinophilic granuloma
249(1)
Sebaceous gland tumours -- benign
250(1)
Follicular and apocrine cysts
251(1)
Viral papillomatosis -- canine
252(3)
Viral papillomatosis -- feline
255(1)
Feline eosinophilic granuloma complex
256(3)
Cryptococcosis
259(2)
Chapter 12 Diseases of Abnormal Pigmentation
261(6)
General approach to abnormal pigmentation
261(1)
Vitiligo
262(2)
Uveodermatological syndrome (Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada-like [ VKH-like] syndrome)
264(2)
Lentigenes
266(1)
Chapter 13 Otitis
267(22)
General approach to otitis
267(1)
Otitis externa
267(9)
Otic foreign body
276(1)
Feline aural polyps
277(2)
Feline cystomatosis
279(1)
Ear mites (Otodectes cynotis infestation)
280(1)
Pseudomonas otitis
281(2)
Primary secretory otitis media
283(1)
Otitis media
284(3)
Otitis interna
287(2)
Appendix: Immunosuppressive drug therapy table 289(2)
Index 291
Dr Tim Nuttall BSc BVSc CertVD PhD CBiol MSB MRCVS joined the University of Liverpool in 2001 and in 2004 was made Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Dermatology. In August 2013 he returned to the Dick Vet as Head of Veterinary Dermatology. Tim has an active interest in research, studying new treatment approaches, antimicrobial resistance, host-pathogen interactions and the genetics of canine atopic dermatitis. He has contributed to over 70 clinical and scientific publications, including chapters in the BSAVA Manuals of Small Animal Dermatology and Laboratory Techniques, and 'Kirk's Current Veterinary Therapy'. Tim has an interest in evidence-based medicine, and has contributed to practice guidelines for canine atopic dermatitis and pyoderma, as well as responsible antimicrobial use and infection control with the Bella Moss Foundation, BSAVA website, BSAVA/ SAMSOC PROTECT guidelines and as a BSAC Antibiotic Action Champion. In addition, he has presented over 100 lectures throughout the world. Tim has served on a number of committees and administrative posts, including on University Boards of Discipline, Education and Disability Committees, BSAVA, DEFRA and ESVD Scientific Committees, BVDSG committee, RCVS Council and examination boards, the International Committee on Atopic Diseases in Animals, and the Bella Moss Foundation. Until recently he was a co-editor of Veterinary Dermatology and he still serves on the editorial board. Dr Melissa Eisenschenk, MS, DVM, DACVD is a board-certified veterinary dermatologist. She completed her Bachelor of Science with minors in Animal Science and Chemistry at the University of Wisconsin- River Falls and attended veterinary school at the University of Minnesota. After vet school, she was in private practice for 4 years in Rochester and Minneapolis, and then returned in 2006 to the University of Minnesota for a dermatology residency (3 year program) and Master's degree. She passed dermatology board exams in 2009. Dr. Eisenschenk worked out of the Oakdale Animal Emergency and Referral Center as a Veterinary Dermatologist for 3.5 years before starting Pet Dermatology Clinic. She has a bunch of city chickens, a husband, cat (Pete), and 2 daughters, Mae and Beatrice. Dr Nicole Heinrich received her Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2003, and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2007. Dr. Heinrich completed a rotating surgery and medicine internship at VCA Aurora/Berwyn in 2008 and started a dermatology residency that same year. She became board certified in dermatology in 2012.Dr. Heinrich is credentialed in stem cell therapy. She has diagnosed and treated more than 6,000 dogs, cats and horses with skin and ear diseases. Richard G. Harvey, BVSc DVD, Dip.ECVD, FSB, PhD, MRCVS is a partner in a small animal practice in Coventry. He has authored 20 scientific papers and four text books.