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Dermatologic Diagnosis in Dogs. An Approach Based on Clinical Patterns

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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.

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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.

KEY FEATURES:

➜ Abundance of graphical material.

➜ Designed to facilitate the diagnosis without in-depth knowledge of dermatology.

Author

MAITE VERDE ARRIBAS

Graduated in Veterinary Medicine from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Zaragoza, she holds a PhD in Veterinary Medicine and is a Professor of Animal Medicine and Surgery.

Table of Contents

1. General considerations for diagnosis based on clinical patterns

     Introduction

     Identify and define the dermatological pattern

     Collect basic information

     Establish the list of possible causes of the pattern

     Propose tests in a logical order

2. Defining cutaneous patterns

     Introduction

     Pathophysiological responses of the epidermis to aggressions of the skin

     Pathophysiological responses of the dermis to skin aggressions

     Pathophysiological responses of skin appendages

     Pathophysiological responses of the adipose tissue

     Cutaneous clinical patterns

3. Focal or multifocal alopecia

     Introduction

     Underlying causes of the pattern

     Diagnostic procedure

4. Symmetrical alopecia (regional or generalised)

     Introduction

     Underlying causes of the pattern

     Diagnostic procedure

5. Scaling/crusting and seborrhoeic pattern

     Introduction

     Underlying causes of the pattern

     Diagnostic procedure

6. Erosive-ulcerative pattern

     Introduction

     Underlying causes of the pattern

     Diagnostic procedure

7. Papulopustular and vesicular pattern

     Introduction

     Underlying causes of the pattern

     Diagnostic procedure

8. When the clinical presentation is pruritus

     Introduction

     Causes of pruritic signs

     Diagnostic procedure

     Treatment

9. References

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Author
Maite Verde
Page count
160
Trim size
22 x 28 cm
Pub date
2018
Product type
Hardcover
Number of images
330

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Dermatologic Diagnosis in Dogs. An Approach Based on Clinical Patterns

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.

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