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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 illustrate - and a disease-based approach. There are also additional sections on anatomically-localised diseases and on treatment. Supplemented with full colour photos throughout, this book is designed as a rapid reference for the busy practitioner and student.
Part of the popular 'Notes On' series, this book is full of practical advice and
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Produktbeschreibung
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 illustrate - and a disease-based approach. There are also additional sections on anatomically-localised diseases and on treatment. Supplemented with full colour photos throughout, this book is designed as a rapid reference for the busy practitioner and student.
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.
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  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons / PAPERBACKSHOP UK IMPORT
  • Seitenzahl: 365
  • Erscheinungstermin: August 2010
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 234mm x 152mm x 20mm
  • Gewicht: 703g
  • ISBN-13: 9781405134972
  • ISBN-10: 1405134976
  • Artikelnr.: 28776847
Autorenporträt
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. .
Inhaltsangabe
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 diseases that have a secondary effect on the skin 14.5 Rare endocrine problems Chapter 15 Disorders of the Pilosebaceous Unit (Hair Follicle Disorders) 15.1 Primary hair follicle dysplasias 15.2 Secondary hair follicle dysplasias Chapter 16 Neoplastic Skin Disease 16.1 Primary skin masses 16.2 Common types of skin neoplasia 16.3 Generalised skin neoplasia 16.4 Metastatic skin neoplasia 16.5 Paraneoplastic syndromes Chapter 17 Other Skin Diseases 17.1 Metabolic disease 17.2 Nutritional disease 17.3 Environmental causes 17.4 Psychogenic dermatoses 17.5 Dermatoses of neurological origin Section 4: Anatomically Localised Skin Disease Chapter 18 The Foot 18.1 Management of claw disease 18.2 Management of footpad disease 18.3 Pododermatitis Chapter 19 Skin Disease Affecting the Perianal Region 19.1 Management of perianal skin disease Chapter 20 Ear Disease 20.1 Management of pinnal disease 20.2 Management of acute otitis externa 20.3 Management of chronic or recurrent otitis externa Chapter 21 Periocular Skin Disease 21.1 Management of periocular disease Chapter 22 Dermatoses Affecting the Muzzle 22.1 Management of the haired skin of the muzzle 22.2 Management of diseases affecting the nasal planum Chapter 23 Management of Facial Lesions Chapter 24 Management of Skin Disease Affecting the Legs Chapter 25 Management of Diseases Affecting Mainly the Trunk and Dorsum Section 5: Treatment of Skin Diseases Chapter 26 Treatment of Primary Skin Disease 26.1 Ectoparasiticides 26.2 Treatment of diseases caused by micro
organisms 26.3 Treatment of hypersensitivity dermatitis 26.4 Treatment of immune
mediated disease 26.5 Treatment of endocrine disease 26.6 Treatments for hair follicle disorders and keratinisation defects (primary scaling disorders, primary seborrhoea) 26.7 Chemotherapeutic agents commonly used in skin neoplasia Chapter 27 Treatment of Presenting Signs 27.1 Management of pruritus 27.2 Methods of controlling pruritus 27.3 Bacterial and yeast infections Chapter 28 Use and Abuse of Glucocorticoids 28.1 Indications 28.2 Dose and formulation 28.3 Steroid sparing measures 28.4 Side
effects 28.5 Contraindications Chapter 29 Topical Treatments 29.1 Use of topical preparations 29.2 Inappropriate use of topical products can be harmful 29.3 Formulations of topical treatments 29.4 Creams and ointments 29.5 Washes and rinses 29.6 Sprays, spot
ons and line
ons 29.7 Aural preparations Appendix 1 History Form Owner's summary Appendix 2 Clinical Examination Dermatological examination Description of lesions Appendix 3 Testing Food Intolerance Appendix 4 Advice on the Use of Medicinal Products Appendix 5 Safe Use of Glucocorticoids Appendix 6 Side
Effects Seen When Steroids are Given Owner handout Index