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Canine and Feline Dermatology Atlas

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This book aims to orientate the clinician towards a correct diagnosis with an ample selection of images. With the inestimable help of eminently clinician collaborators, the author goes further by contributing with non-classical images to orientate the vet in those non-common cases. In each chapter the images are accompanied by the general clinical picture of each disease, where etiopathogenesis of the lesions and the clinical picture are described, as well as the diagnostic method and the treatment.

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Being able to count on images of pathologies when carrying out a diagnosis is highly appreciated by veterinarians, and especially in dermatology. Remembering an image of a pathological picture can be very important for the differential diagnosis, and it allows the veterinarian to be acknowledged for his “Clinical eye”. However this can be a pitfall in the cases in which the picture does not follow the classic pattern of the pathology. This book aims to orientate the clinician towards a correct diagnosis with an ample selection of images. With the inestimable help of eminently clinician collaborators, the author goes further by contributing with non-classical images to orientate the vet in those non-common cases. In each chapter the images are accompanied by the general clinical picture of each disease, where etiopathogenesis of the lesions and the clinical picture are described, as well as the diagnostic method and the treatment.

Authors:

Gustavo Machicote Goth

Bachelor’s degree at the University of Buenos aires. Veterinary practitioner at Vilanova Veterinary Clinic (Vilanova de Arousa, Pontevedra) with special dedication to dermatology since 1990. Responsible of the DERMAPET dermatology reference service, collaborator in the dermatologic service of the Veterinary Clinic of Pontevedra, as well as online counsellor for the dermatology service of VetSupport. He is a member of the AVEPA dermatology group. He was its Secretary member since 2004 until 2009. Full member of European Society of Veterinary Dermatology (ESVD). Dermatology training at the European Advanced Studies School (ESAVS). He has imparted numerous dermatology training courses and has published different reviews on dermatology in national magazines. Author of the book Dermatología canina y felina (Manuales clínicos por especialidades) and co-author of different books. Award to the best clinical case in small animals in the III and IV Encontros Veterinarios Galegos y Premio Miguel Luera at AVEPA 2005.

Table of contents:

1. Introduction to diagnosis in dermatology

      Introduction

      Clinical patterns

      Age of onset

      Distribution of lesions on the body

2. Bacterial dermatoses

      Introduction

      Intertrigo

      Impetigo

      Bacterial overgrowth

      Pyotraumatic dermatitis

      Pyotraumatic folliculitis/furunculosis

      Superficial bacterial folliculitis

      Mucocutaneous pyoderma

      Deep pyoderma of the bridge of the nose

      Chin pyoderma

      Bacterial pododermatitis

      German Shepherd deep pyoderma

      Callus pyoderma

      Furunculosis/cellulitis complex

      Subcutaneous abscesses

      Pyodermas caused by atypical bacteria

      Acral lick dermatitis

3. Fungal dermatoses

      Introduction

      Canine dermatophytosis

      Feline dermatophytosis

      Systemic mycoses

      Malassezia infections

      Candidiasis

4. Parasitic dermatoses

      Introduction

      Cheyletiellosis

      Tick infestation

      Pediculosis

      Myiasis

      Canine demodicosis or red mange

      Feline demodicosis

      Canine scabies/sarcoptic mange

      Feline notoedric mange/feline mange

      Otodectes cynotis otitis

      Trombiculiasis

5. Viral and protozoan dermatoses

      Introduction

      Canine distemper virus dermatosis

      Feline herpesvirus dermatosis

      Papillomavirus

      Leishmaniosis

6. Allergic dermatoses

      Introduction

      Urticaria and angio-oedema

      Atopy and adverse food reaction

      Contact hypersensitivity

      Flea bite allergy dermatitis

      Allergy to insect bites/stings

      Manifestations of allergy in the cat

      Drug reactions

7. Dermatoses of endocrine and metabolic origin

      Introduction

      Hypothyroidism

      Hyperadrenocorticism

      Pituitary dwarfism

      Sex hormone dermatoses

      Alopecia X

      Hepatocutaneous syndrome

      Shar Pei mucinosis

      Calcinosis circumscripta

8. Autoimmune orimmune-mediated dermatoses

      Introduction

      Juvenile cellulitis

      Pemphigus complex

      Subepidermal blistering diseases

      Cutaneous lupus

      Lupoid onychodystrophy

      Sterile nodular panniculitis

      Sebaceous adenitis

      Vasculitis/dermatomyositis

      Uveodermatological syndrome

      Perianal fistulas

      Metatarsal fistulas

      Plasma cell pododermatitis

9. Dermatoses caused by keratoseborrhoeic and pigment disorders

      Introduction

      Primary seborrhoeas

      Anal sac impaction/fistulas

      Zinc-deficiency dermatosis

      Lichenoid keratosis/psoriasiform-lichenoid dermatosis

      Tail gland hyperplasia

      Facial dermatitis of Persian/Himalayan cats (“dirty face syndrome”)

      Split paw pad disease

      Vitiligo

      Lentigo

10.Most common neoplasms

      Introduction

      Lipoma/liposarcoma

      Mastocytoma

      Histiocytoma

      Reactive histiocytosis

      Epitheliotropic lymphoma

      Feline paraneoplastic alopecia

      Hepatoid gland adenoma/carcinoma

      Papillomas

      Soft-tissue sarcomas

      Squamous cell carcinoma

      Actinic keratosis

      Metastatic mammary adenocarcinoma

      Melanoma

      Transmissible venereal tumour

11.Non-inflammatory, non-endocrine alopecias

      Introduction

      Breed-specific alopecia

      Follicular dysplasias

      Pattern alopecia

      Cyclical alopecia of the flanks and bridge of the nose

      Anagen/telogen effluvium

      Post-clipping alopecia

      Traction alopecia

      Post-injection alopecia (including local application of substances)

      Alopecia areata/pseudopelade

      Feline psychogenic alopecia

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Data sheet

Author
Gustavo Machicote
Page count
232
Trim size
22 x 28 cm
Pub date
2013
Product type
Hardcover
Number of images
305

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Canine and Feline Dermatology Atlas

This book aims to orientate the clinician towards a correct diagnosis with an ample selection of images. With the inestimable help of eminently clinician collaborators, the author goes further by contributing with non-classical images to orientate the vet in those non-common cases. In each chapter the images are accompanied by the general clinical picture of each disease, where etiopathogenesis of the lesions and the clinical picture are described, as well as the diagnostic method and the treatment.

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