By McKeever, Patrick
Following the luck and important popularity of the 1st variation, the second one variation of Skin ailments of the puppy and Cat is being both good accredited, via reviewers and readers alike.
The strengths of the 1st variation were preserved:
- Problem-oriented technique; the booklet is prepared in twelve chapters masking dermatoses labeled by way of their precept featuring sign
- Concise systematically based textual content; definition, aetiology and pathogenesis, medical beneficial properties, differential diagnoses, diagnostic checks, management
- Focus is on medical perform and the necessity to clarify the illness to the owner
- Superb and generously sized color images and diagrams
- Clear hassle-free layout - one situation in step with web page or unfold of pages
- Referenced all through to offer the clinician entry to the literature
Within the framework and in gentle of the exponential development of data in small animal dermatology on account that first ebook, the authors have revised the full textual content for the hot moment version, additional twenty-one new sections and 100 and thirty-one new color images. the result's a instruction manual that's functional, vast and up to date in its content material, fantastically illustrated and designed. the hot moment version is of worth to veterinary practitioners and scholars, veterinary nurses, and technicians.
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Recent studies have shown that intradermal tests using the purified flea salivary antigen were more accurate than those using whole body extracts, and that intradermal tests with either extract were superior to an FcεRIα based ELISA using the purified flea salivary antigen6,7. It can also be difficult to demonstrate fleas. Flea feces are often the only sign of infestation (30–32), but they may not be found in severely pruritic overgrooming animals. It can be easier to detect fleas and/or feces on clinically normal incontact animals.
G. racing Greyhounds). Intertrigo 55 Intertrigo 57 DEFINITION Intertrigo, or skin fold dermatitis, is an inflammatory condition occurring in skin that has intimate contact with adjacent skin. ETIOLOGY AND PATHOGENESIS Lip, facial, vulvar, body, and tail fold dermatitides result from inflammation that occurs when skin is closely opposed to skin. There is local abrasion, inflammation, and an accumulation of surface secretions, which result in maceration and secondary infection. CLINICAL FEATURES Lip fold dermatitis (57) results from the overlapping of redundant skin of the lower lip.
DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSES • Cheyletiellosis • Dermatophytosis (cats) • Sarcoptic mange • Atopic dermatitis • Keratinization disorders • Cutaneous adverse food reactions • Neotrombicula spp. infestation • Flea bite hypersensitivity (flea allergic dermatitis) DIAGNOSIS Diagnosis is based on finding lice or nits on the skin or hair. Lice are wingless, dorsoventrally flattened insects with strong, gripping claws. Biting lice have broad heads, whereas sucking lice have narrow heads. Their eggs (‘nits’) are large, operculated, and cemented to the hair shaft.
A Colour Handbook of Skin Diseases of the Dog and Cat UK Version, Second Edition by McKeever, Patrick