Handbook of small animal dermatology
Alopecia, pruritus, scaling & other signs of infective & allergic conditions of the skin, cannot be ignored by the conscientious owner & therefore skin problems form a major part of the work load of the practising veterinarian. This handbook uses a problem-orientated approach to assist the busy veterinarian in the evaluation of small animal dermatoses. Basic diagnostic procedures & essential information on dermatopathology, including an explanation of the majors terms, form the introductorysection of this dermatology manual. The following chapters on skin diseases of the dog, cat & exotic pets contain flow charts to aid the practitioner in diagnosis, numerous colour & black & white photographs are also included. The latest techniques & treatments are covered to enable the veterinarian in the small animal practice or animal hospital to keep up-to-date with recent developments in veterinary dermatology.
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Approach to the Animal with Skin Disease
Dermatopathology for the Pathophobe
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adrenal affected agents allergy alopecia anal sac animals antibiotics antimicrobial areas atopy bacterial infection biopsy breed canine cause cells Chapter chronic Clinical signs clinician common commonly crusting Cutaneous deep pyoderma Definitive diagnosis demodicosis depigmentation dermatitis dermatophyte dermatophytosis dermatosis dermis Description develop diet Differential diagnosis disorders drug ectoparasitism eosinophilic epidermis erythema exudate feather feline flea Focused diagnostic tests follicular fungal fungal culture generalised German Shepherd Dogs glands glucocorticoids granuloma hair coat hair follicles hair-loss histological hyperadrenocorticism hypersensitivity hypothyroidism idiopathic immune-mediated impression smears inflammation inflammatory keratinisation lesions lupus erythematosus mg/kg miliary dermatitis mites mucocutaneous neoplasia nodular nodules non-healing wounds occur oral otitis externa owners panniculitis parasites patient pemphigus present prognosis is excellent pruritus pustular pustules pyoderma reactions scaling sebaceous seborrhoea secondary self-trauma serum shampoo skin biopsy skin disease skin scrapings species specimen subcutaneous superficial surgical excision syndrome Systemic signs therapy tion tissue topical Treatment tumours ulceration usually veterinary