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Fundamentals of Veterinary Clinical Neurology

  • ID: 2222016
  • Book
  • 584 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Veterinary students as well as experienced clinicians need a fundamental understanding of clinically important aspects of veterinary neurology when evaluating small animals with neurologic disease.
Fundamentals of Veterinary Clinical Neurology offers a comprehensive clinical and practical overview of clinical neurology and provides the unabridged knowledge needed to examine, diagnose, and treat disorders and diseases of the nervous system.

Intended for veterinary students as well as for experienced clinicians who want to improve their understanding of clinical veterinary neurology, Fundamentals of Veterinary Clinical Neurology covers all the important considerations necessary for clinical evaluation of neurologic disease in small animals, including:

Introduction to the nervous system
Clinical examination of the nervous system
Neuroanatomical diagnosis
Differential diagnosis (disease of the nervous system)
Diagnostic testing
Therapy
Clinical management of common and important neurologic conditions
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Disclaimer.

Preface.

Acknowledgments.

Part I.

Chapter 1. Neuroanatomy.

Chapter 2. Pathophysiology.

Chapter 3. Clinical Neurologic examination.

Chapter 4. Neuroanatomical Diagnosis.

Chapter 5. Diseases of the Intracranial Nervous system.

Chapter 6. Diseases of the Spinal cord.

Chapter 7. Diseases of the Peripheral nervous system, Neuromuscular junction, and Muscle.

Chapter 8. Formulation of the Differential diagnosisChapter 9. Basics of diagnostic testing.

Chapter 10. Diagnosis of Intracranial Disease.

Chapter 11. Diagnosis of Spinal Cord Disease.

Chapter 13. Diagnosis of Peripheral nervous system, Neuromuscular junction, and Muscle.

Chapter 13. Treatment of Intracranial disease.

Chapter 14. Treatment of Spinal Disease.

Chapter 15. Treatment of Peripheral nervous system, Neuromuscular junction, and Muscle.

Part II Common Clinical Problems.

Chapter 16. Alterations of Consciousness.

Chapter 17. Seizures.

Chapter 18. Vestibular Disease.

Chapter 19. Abnormalities of vision and pupils.

Chapter 20. Neurotrauma.

Chapter 21. Assessment of animals with gait abnormalities.

Chapter 22. Assessment of Painful animals.

Chapter 23. Neurotrauma.

Part III.

Appendix.

Appendix 1. Brain MR atlasApendix 2. Breed–associated neurologic disease.

Appendix 3. Anticonvulsants.

Appendix 4. Vision and pupil cases.

Appendix 5. Practice clinical cases.

Bibliography.

Index

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Rodney S. Bagley, DVM, Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Neurology, Internal Medicine), is professor of neurology and neurosurgery at Washingston State University, Pullman College of Veterinary Medicine. He is recognized as a leader in veterinary neurologic education and has taught clinical veterinary neurology to hundreds of veterinary students, interns, residents, as well as practicing small animal veterinarians.
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