Muller and Kirk’s Small Animal Dermatology 7th Edition
By William H. Miller, Craig E. Griffin, Karen L. Campbell, Year 2012, File Type: PDF
Covering the diagnosis and treatment of hundreds of dermatologic conditions, Muller and Kirk’s Small Animal Dermatology, 7th Edition is today’s leading reference on dermatology for dogs, cats, and pocket pets. Topics include clinical signs, etiology, and pathogenesis of dermatologic conditions including fungal, parasitic, metabolic, nutritional, environmental, and psychogenic. This edition includes full updates of all 21 chapters, and more than 1,300 full-color clinical, microscopic, and histopathologic images.? Written by veterinary experts William Miller, Craig Griffin, and “Karen” “Campbell, “this resource helps students and clinicians distinguish clinical characteristics and variations of normal and abnormal facilitating accurate diagnosis and effective therapy.
For the first time, you will notice that some of the chapters have been authored or co-authored by experts in that area. We did this to give you the best personalized coverage of those topics that we could. As you know, the practice of dermatology is both an art and a science. Everyone can read the science, but the art has to be developed. By having the experts actually pen the chapters, we hope you’ll be able to learn both from them.
Structurally, this is a whole new book. Most of the illustrations are new, and almost all of them are in color. Gone are the periodic multi-disease color plates that required you to page back or forth to see the illustrations of the disorder you were studying. Now the illustrations are linked directly with the discussion. Over the years we’ve heard that the weakest part of the book was the limited number of clinical illustrations. A Practical Approach to Neurology for the Small Animal Practitioner 1st Edition
To overcome this, we wanted to significantly increase their numbers, but couldn’t to the level we would have liked. To give you the best clinical coverage that we could and stay within our art limitations we have regrettably eliminated most of the histopathology figures. Our previous figures can be found in the 6th edition and others are in the excellent texts by our friends and colleagues, Thelma, Peter, Emily, and Verena1, Julie and Brian2, and Michael and Fran3.
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