Pathologic Basis of Veterinary Disease Expert Consult. Edition No. 6

  • ID: 3684360
  • Book
  • 1408 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
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Diagnose and manage diseases using the newest information and research! Pathologic Basis of Veterinary Disease - Expert Consult, 6th Edition provides complete, illustrated coverage of both general pathology and the pathology of organ systems of domestic animals. Addressing species from dogs and cats to pigs and cattle - and many more - this reference describes the lesions and pathogeneses of diseases, how cells and tissues respond to injury, and the interplay of host defense mechanisms with microbes and injurious agents. Updates include the latest scientific advances and diagnostic information. Written by a team of expert contributors, this book includes an Expert Consult website with access to the complete digital book plus thousands of images and guidelines for sample acquisition and for performing a complete necropsy.

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Part One: General Pathology
1. Mechanisms and Morphology of Cellular Injury, Adaptation, and Death
2. Vascular Disorders and Thrombosis
3. Inflammation and Healing
4. Mechanisms of Microbial Infections  
5. Diseases of Immunity
6. Neoplasia and Tumor Biology
Part Two: Pathology of Organ Systems
7. Alimentary System and the Peritoneum, Omentum, Mesentery, and Peritoneal Cavity
8. Hepatobiliary System and Exocrine Pancreas
9. Respiratory System, Mediastinum, and Pleurae
10. Cardiovascular System and Lymphatic Vessels
11. The Urinary System
12. Endocrine System
13. Bone Marrow, Blood Cells, and the Lymphatic System/Lymphoid System
14. Nervous System
15. Skeletal Muscle
16. Bone, Joints, Tendons, and Ligaments
17. The Integument
18. Female Reproductive System and Mammae
19. Male Reproductive System
20. The Ear
21. The Eye
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Zachary, James F. Diplomate, American Colllege of Veterinary Pathologists; Professor of Veterinary Pathology, Department of Pathobiology, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL.
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