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    Skin Diseases of the Dog and Cat

    €212.50
    This applied handbook takes a problem-oriented approach, with 13 chapters covering dermatoses classified by their principle presenting sign. The third edition includes a brand new chapter on diseases of abnormal keratinization and scaling. The resulting book is practical, extensive and thoroughly up-to-date.
    ISBN: 9781482225969
    AuthorHeinrich, Nicole A.
    SubAuthor1Eisenschenk, Melissa (American College o
    SubAuthor2Harvey, Richard G. (The Veterinary Centr
    SubAuthor3Nuttall, Tim (Senior Lecturer in Veterin
    Pub Date30/10/2018
    BindingHardback
    Pages312
    AvailabilityCurrently out of stock. If available, delivery is usually 5-10 working days.
    Edition3rd New ed
    Availability: Out of Stock

    A Colour Handbook of Skin Diseases of the Dog and Cat was one of the first books to bring key information about skin diseases to clinicians in an easy-to-use problem-oriented format. This fully revised and updated Third Edition responds to the huge growth in knowledge about skin conditions over the last decade, including the discovery of new conditions, the development of new approaches to management, and effective new treatment options. Chapters are organized based on symptoms, each containing a decision tree giving basic and practical guidance. The clear user-friendly design provides one condition per page (or spread of pages).











    13 chapters covering over 120 skin, claw and ear conditions classified by their principle presenting sign.







    Concise, systematically structured text covering definition, aetiology and pathogenesis, clinical features, differential diagnoses, diagnostic tests and management.







    Flow charts in each chapter to help clinicians get to the right diagnosis.







    Special focus on diseases affecting paediatric patients as well as chapters discussing paw, ear and nasal planum diseases.







    Explanation of new treatments for atopic dermatitis.







    Over 350 superb colour photographs and diagrams, mostly new for this this edition.







    A focus on clinical practice and the need to explain the disease to the owner.







    Up-to-date and fully referenced throughout.


    This practical book continues to provide an entirely comprehensive guide to the diagnosis and management of veterinary skin conditions, in a format that is easily accessible for busy clinicians.

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    A Colour Handbook of Skin Diseases of the Dog and Cat was one of the first books to bring key information about skin diseases to clinicians in an easy-to-use problem-oriented format. This fully revised and updated Third Edition responds to the huge growth in knowledge about skin conditions over the last decade, including the discovery of new conditions, the development of new approaches to management, and effective new treatment options. Chapters are organized based on symptoms, each containing a decision tree giving basic and practical guidance. The clear user-friendly design provides one condition per page (or spread of pages).











    13 chapters covering over 120 skin, claw and ear conditions classified by their principle presenting sign.







    Concise, systematically structured text covering definition, aetiology and pathogenesis, clinical features, differential diagnoses, diagnostic tests and management.







    Flow charts in each chapter to help clinicians get to the right diagnosis.







    Special focus on diseases affecting paediatric patients as well as chapters discussing paw, ear and nasal planum diseases.







    Explanation of new treatments for atopic dermatitis.







    Over 350 superb colour photographs and diagrams, mostly new for this this edition.







    A focus on clinical practice and the need to explain the disease to the owner.







    Up-to-date and fully referenced throughout.


    This practical book continues to provide an entirely comprehensive guide to the diagnosis and management of veterinary skin conditions, in a format that is easily accessible for busy clinicians.