Diseases of the dog and their treatment

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Franklin Press, 1911 - Dogs - 506 pages
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Contents

Stomachpump
20
Contents of the stomach four hours after eating
21
Intestinal canal of the dog
26
Examnation of the lower bowel with speculum
28
Microscopical examination of the feces
30
Eggs of intestinal parasites in faeces round worm
31
Right side of the abdomen
32
Gangrene of the tongue
37
Improvised gag
39
Tumors of the gums
40
Wire ecraseur
41
inflammation of the salivary glands
43
Abscess of the neck
45
Diseases of the digestive apparatusContinued PAGE
48
Spiroptera Sanguinolenta
51
Xray picture of coin in the stomach
56
Dog with obstruction of the intestines
67
Mode of administering a clyster
69
Lambert suture
70
Suture of the intestines
71
Hairpin method of anastomosis
72
Hairpin method of anastomosis first stage
73
Prolapsus of the rectum with invagination
75
Stitching rectum tobaccobag stitch
77
Inflammation of the anal glands
79
Pseudoperineal hernia
80
Ascaris mystax
82
Uterus of the Taenia cocnurus enlarged
85
Ttenia marginata posterior end of worm
86
Taenia cucumerina Dipylidium caninum
87
Tsenia crenurus
88
Taenia echinococcus
89
Tsenia echinococcus
90
Oxyuris vermicularis
93
Anchylostomum uncinaria
94
Wall of csDcum with trichoccphalus deprcssiusculus
95
Section through the abdomen
96
Dog with ascites
99
Diseases of the respiratory organs
115
Diagramatic section of the pharynx llti 54 Position of the frontal sinuses
117
Right side of the thorax and abdomen
120
Left side of the thorax and abdomen
121
Pleximeter
123
Field of percussion
124
Stethoscope
125
Disease of the respiratory organsContinued PAGE
128
Dog with chronic catarrh
130
Pentastoma tenoides
131
Egg of the Pentastomum tenoides
132
Trocars for puncture of the thorax
151
Diseases of the circulatory apparatus
154
Diagram of the blood circulation
160
Heart with filaria immitis in the ventricle
167
Diseases of the urinary and sexual apparatus
169
Passing the catheter
170
Female catheter
171
Speculums
172
Disease of the urinary and sexual apparatusContinued PAGB
175
Spectrum of urine in haimoglobinuria
176
Epithelium found in the urine
178
Urine of a dog with cystitis
179
Urine of a dog with cystitis
193
Apparatus and method of irrigating the bladder
194
Urethrotomy
199
Tumor of the mammary gland
226
Diseases of the nervous system
228
Diagram of the brain showing the various motor centers
231
Motor centre points of the dog
232
Paralysis of the posterior extremities
244
Paralysis of the cord
247
Dog with pachymeningitis ossificans
248
Fm PAGE 97 Facial paralysis of the left side
253
Malignant struma
265
Diseases of true infection
267
Septic and pyaemic diseases
287
Blood of a dog affected with piroplasma canis
307
Dog with tetanus
310
Constitutional diseases
312
The blood in leukocythtemia
314
Diseases of the organs of locomotion
323
Radius and ulna of dog affected with rickets
324
Skiagraph of fracture of the humerus
327
Diagram of union of fracture in the tibia of the dog
328
Plaster splint on fracture with support around body
330
Pitch plaster put on in layers
332
Different methods of amputation
333
Skiograph of osteosarcoma of the radius with opening in upper part of the bone
335
Diseases of the articulations
337
A large hypodermic syringe for puncturing enlarged joints
343
Injuries of the joints
344
Muzzle
349
Dog with dislocation of the hip
351
Skiograph of luxation of the hip
352
Diseases of the muscles
353
Laceration of the tendo achilles
356
Dog with elbow boil hygroma
357
Wounds and their treatment
359
Apparatus for the antiseptic irrigation of wounds
366
Different forms of stitches
367
Muzzle
368
Bandage for injuries or amputation of the tail
375
Amputation of the tail
376
Diseases of the claws and footpads
378
Pads of foot
379
Dogs shoes
380
inguinal hernia
387
Genital organs of the dog
389
Inguinal hernia of bitch
390
Umbilical hernia
392
Middle section through the pelvis showing the organs
393
Double perineal hernia
394
Diseases of the eyes
395
Entropion operation of lower eyelid
396
Diagrammatic position of sections and mode of stitching in operation for entropion
397
Entropion operation
398
Protrusion of the membrana nictitans
400
Disease of the EyesContinued PAGE
401
Dermoid of cornea
413
Leucoma
415
Gray cataract of both eyes
417
Instruments used in the cataract operation
418
Discission of the lens
419
Lobular extraction of lens
420
Diseases of the ear
429
Diseases of the skin
441
Tumors
480
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Page 344 - It is best to disinfect by filling the syringe and needle with a 5 per cent, solution of carbolic acid, or a .1 per cent, solution of mercuric chloride* before washing in pure water. The disinfection, however, is not absolutely necessary in this operation if the syringe and needle be kept thoroughly clean. Fill the syringe and place aside. To introduce the needle...
Page 41 - ... carries it from place to place, and from stable to stable, and infects one animal, may also infect ten or even a hundred if they come in contact with the poison ; and yet no one diseased animal is capable of reproducing the disease in another when the active principle or poison is absent. CAUSATION. Many theories have been advanced as to the cause of this disease. Some claim that it is due to ozone in the atmosphere ; others, that it is due to a microscopic animalcule ; others, that it is due...
Page 259 - We are dealing with a lesion of the motor cells of the anterior horns of the spinal cord, and, as it is obvious from the pathology that the harmful agent reaches these cells through the blood current, the relation of the arterial supply to the motor cells becomes of importance.
Page 299 - ... smear preparations, a few Negri bodies not within the nerve cells are seen, which have been forced out of the nerve cell as the smear is made. In searching a smear for Negri bodies, only those bodies within the nerve cells should be considered.
Page 370 - He recommends superficial scarification and applications of 1 to 2000 solution of corrosive sublimate, or a 5 per cent, solution of carbolic acid, or argent, nitrat.
Page 173 - The latter variety is perhaps allied to the feldspars of the pegmatite veins, as being due to the presence of a large amount of water in the magma.
Page 90 - He administers 4 to 15 g. of the powdered seeds in milk, to be taken on an empty stomach and followed by a dose of Castor Oil, as the remedy possesses no purging properties in itself.
Page 39 - The temporary canines appear about the fourth or fifth week after the temporary incisors are all in. The permanent teeth begin to come through about the third or fourth month; the lateral and middle incisors appear about the end of five months, and at the same time the second, i FIG.
Page 298 - Instead of using a cover-slip, another slide is placed over the small piece of tissue and gentle pressure is applied and the opposite ends of the slides are moved toward one another. The smears are then placed in absolute alcohol for two to five minutes, whereupon the alcohol is allowed to evaporate and the smears then stained. The stain as recommended by Van Giesen is used.

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