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BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Dermatology. 3rd Edition. BSAVA British Small Animal Veterinary Association

  • ID: 2223218
  • Book
  • Region: Britain, United Kingdom, Great Britain
  • 296 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Dermatology constitutes a large percentage of the daily caseload in small animal practice and can represent a challenge for the busy practitioner as many different diseases have similar presenting signs. Thus, a solid understanding of how to logically and sequentially approach a dermatological case is essential for a successful outcome.

The BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Dermatology begins by providing the reader with a grounding in examination and investigative techniques. The second section of the Manual provides a problem–oriented approach to the common dermatological conditions encountered in practice, including erosions and ulcerations, focal and multifocal alopecia and pruritus. The final part of the Manual covers the major skin diseases of dogs and cats caused by bacteria, yeast, fungi and parasites.

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Structure and function of the skin; History, examination and initial evaluation; Core investigative and laboratory techniques; Dermatopathology; An approach to pruritus; An approach to keratinization disorders; An approach to pustules and crusting papules; An approach to erosions and ulcerations; An approach to nodules and draining sinus tracts; An approach to orders of pigmentation; An approach to feline alopecia; An approach to canine focal and multifocal alopecia; An approach to symmetrical alopecia in the dog; An approach to diseases of the nasal planum and footpads; An approach to otitis externa; An approach to diseases of the claws and claw folds; An approach to anal sac disease; Atopic dermatitis and adverse food reactions; Feline allergic skin disease; Flea allergy and control; Ectoparasites; Demodicosis; Staphylococcal pyoderma; Dermatophytosis; Malassezia dermatitis; Autoimmune and immune–mediated skin disease; Subcutaneous and deep infections; Nutrient–responsive !

dermatoses; Actinic (solar) dermatoses; Neoplastic and paraneoplastic syndromes affecting the skin; Behavioural disorders; Eosinophilic dermatoses; Index.

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Hilary Jackson
Rosanna Marsella
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