Manual of Canine and Feline Dermatology 3rd Edition
By Hilary Jackson, Rosanna Marsella, Year 2012, File Type: PDF
Dermatology constitutes a large percentage of the daily caseload in small animal practice and can represent a challenge for the busy practitioner since many different diseases look alike. Thus, a solid understanding of how to approach dermatological cases logically and sequentially is essential for the successful clinician. Whilst in the past it was common to teach by describing diseases aetiologically, it is now recognized that a problem-based approach is more helpful and crucial in formulating lists of differential diagnoses and ensuring a thorough approach to the case. Download: Manual of Canine and Feline Clinical Pathology 3rd Edition
Since this Manual has been designed to assist practitioners and students strengthen their understanding of important dermatological diseases, the current edition presents a problem-based approach. The Manual is not designed to be all inclusive, but a useful reference manual for the busy practitioner. The more uncommon and rare conditions have not been included for this reason.
The present edition follows the format of the second edition, starting with a review of the basics of dermatological practice. This is followed by a problem-oriented approach to common dermatological conditions and finally a number of chapters which discuss the more frequent dermatological presentations in more depth. Numerous charts and illustrations have been included to emphasize important practical concepts relevant to clinicians in daily practice.
The previous edition included chapters on skin diseases of other pet animals such as rodents, fish and amphibians. With the expansion of knowledge of conditions affecting these species, exotic dermatology has been omitted from this Manual and the reader is encouraged to consult other Manuals for a discussion of dermatological disease in companion animal species other than the cat and dog. Likewise, an in-depth review of neoplastic diseases of the skin is not included here.
There are clearly labelled examples of cytology preparations for almost every condition, meaning there are no excuses not to dust down the microscope and start carrying out impression smears and Sellotape strips on a daily basis.
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