Cats are not small dogs and they are frequently forgotten in the literature. This book is intended to be an easy to use reference for practitioners and dermatology enthusiasts that only focuses on cats and their manifestations of skin disease.
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This book describes the most common bacterial skin infections affecting cats and dogs, their clinical presentation, and aetiological agents, besides offering practical techniques and advice for their identification and management using clear images, tables, and diagrams. It also facilitates veterinary surgeons with the tools to treat resistant infections and explains the latest developments in topical and systemic treatments.
This self-assessment manual allows veterinary surgeons and veterinary students to test their knowledge of small animal dermatology. The book presents a variety of different clinical cases, replete with images of affected patients and relevant data. Based on this information, the reader can identify the disease process in question in a simple and entertaining way, thus refreshing and expanding their knowledge of diagnosis and treatment.
Using a variety of graphical resources, this atlas describes the cutaneous clinical patterns most commonly encountered in dogs (accounting for 90 % of cases seen in veterinary clinics), as well as the associated aetiologies. For each pattern, corresponding guidelines are provided to ensure correct diagnosis. This book has been designed as an educational guide for veterinary practitioners to facilitate the diagnosis of skin diseases. The wealth of graphical material complementing the text provides veterinary surgeons with reference images with which to compare the cases they encounter in the clinic.
Highly visual guide on how to diagnose alopecia in dogs and cats, in a structured and methodical manner, based on the distribution pattern and lesions. The large number of images, diagrams, tables and drawings, coupled with clear and practical descriptions, will allow readers to make the most of this work in day-to-day dermatology consultations.
This book is part of the Servet Clinical Guides collection, in which each volume compiles the most relevant material on the subject matter covered. This volume focuses on dermatology and is centered on the management of allergic patients. This new collection was created with the objective of helping veterinary surgeons during consultations and providing them with useful information to establish a good relationship with clients. The goal is to give answers to owners’ most frequently asked questions in order to guide them in the best possible manner, as well as to help veterinary surgeons ensure owners complete the patients’ prescribed treatments and maintain effective clinical monitoring of all processes.
Servet presents this innovative work written by authors specialised in the field. Uniquely, this book provides a joint perspective on the subjects of Dermatology and Immunology. The combination of the two subjects makes this work an indispensable tool for readers, allowing them to tackle each pathology encountered using an informed approach that is unique within the current literature.
This book aims to orientate the clinician towards a correct diagnosis with an ample selection of images. With the inestimable help of eminently clinician collaborators, the author goes further by contributing with non-classical images to orientate the vet in those non-common cases. In each chapter the images are accompanied by the general clinical picture of each disease, where etiopathogenesis of the lesions and the clinical picture are described, as well as the diagnostic method and the treatment.
Twenty per cent of visits to the vet may be due to otitis and, although in general they do not represent a serious condition for the animal, they may become very insidious processes if they are not treated suitably. This work presents a selection of clinical cases to help vets to establish the proper guidelines for treatment, management and control.
This practical text on small animal dermatology provides the knowledge necessary to successfully diagnose and treat the most common skin diseases, which can account for up to 90% of veterinary consultations. This information is presented together with numerous images as well as a large number of diagnostic algorithms, which add to the practical value of the book.
This book has been created for everyone passionate about veterinary dermatology. Written by veterinary experts, this resource will explore the diagnostic thinking process. This practical book describes complex dermatological clinical cases through the evaluation of their clinical presentation, results of diagnostic procedures and treatment strategies. Fully illustrated with colour pictures, it also includes tables and clinical keys.
The second edition of this book focusing on diagnosis in dermatology is intended to help the veterinarian communicate with pet owners and expands on the content of the first edition with 16 new sheets. The content of the previous edition has also been reviewed and updated as applicable, based on new developments in this specialization.