Feline Gastroentology - Small Animal Gastroentology

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Feline Gastroentology

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The aim of this book is to focus on problems unique to the feline alimentary tract in comparison to dogs and to discuss them in detail, but also to highlight areas where knowledge is lacking or can only be derived from comparison with other companion animal species or humans. Instead of being a comprehensive work of “all things GI” in the cat, this book aims to shine a light on topics that are novel, such as the microbiome or probiotics, and might not have been covered by other standard textbooks. This book focuses on “a medic’s perspective” on feline alimentary tract health, which starts with considering differential diagnoses in a structured way based on the most common clinical signs. 

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The aim of this book is to focus on problems unique to the feline alimentary tract in comparison to dogs and to discuss them in detail, but also to highlight areas where knowledge is lacking or can only be derived from comparison with other companion animal species or humans. Instead of being a comprehensive work of “all things GI” in the cat, this book aims to shine a light on topics that are novel, such as the microbiome or probiotics, and might not have been covered by other standard textbooks. This book focuses on “a medic’s perspective” on feline alimentary tract health, which starts with considering differential diagnoses in a structured way based on the most common clinical signs. 

Authors:

Fabio Procoli

DMV, MVetMed, DipACVIM, DipECVIM-CA, MRCVS Ospedale Veterinario Portoni Rossi, Bologna, Italy.

Karin Allenspach

DVM, PhD, DipECVIM-CA College of Veterinary Medicine, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa (USA).

Silke Salavati

DrMedVet, PhD, DipECVIM-CA, FHEA, MRCVS Royal Dick School of Veterinary Studies, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

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Feline Gastroentology

The aim of this book is to focus on problems unique to the feline alimentary tract in comparison to dogs and to discuss them in detail, but also to highlight areas where knowledge is lacking or can only be derived from comparison with other companion animal species or humans. Instead of being a comprehensive work of “all things GI” in the cat, this book aims to shine a light on topics that are novel, such as the microbiome or probiotics, and might not have been covered by other standard textbooks. This book focuses on “a medic’s perspective” on feline alimentary tract health, which starts with considering differential diagnoses in a structured way based on the most common clinical signs. 

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