This book uses a case-based format to provide a general overview of dermatology of the dog and cat. It contains over 200 clinical cases and self-assessment problems reviewing the most common skin diseases encountered in clinical practice, plus some more obscure diseases that a veterinarian will encounter only occasionally or rarely. The cases appear randomly to reflect real life practice and vary in complexity. Coverage ranges from the more easily treatable to the most difficult and serious cases.
University of Wisconsin, School of Veterinary Medicine, Madison, WI, USA
Allergy, Hypersensitivity, And Atopy Alopecia Anal Sac Disease Bacterial Infections Diagnostic Techniques And Procedures Drug Actions And Therapeutics Drug Concentration Calculations Drug Reactions, Side Effects, And Toxicities Ear And Ear Pinna Disease Endocrine Disorders Eosinophilia Feet, Pad, And Claw Disorders Fungal Infections Granulomatous Disorders Immunological And Autoimmune Disease Inherited, Congenital, And Breed-Related Disorders Keratinization Disorders Neoplasia Nutritional Ocular And Periocular Disorders Pigmentation (Skin/Hair) Psychogenic/Behavioral Disorders Seborrhea Skin Structure And Function Signs Of Ulceration Wounds, Burns, Trauma