Life Cycles of Ectoparasites in Small Animals
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Life Cycles of Ectoparasites in Small Animals

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Small handbook gathering all the life cycles of the most common ectoparasites in dogs and cats. Similar parasites are grouped together based on their life cycle and, consequently, their sensitivity to parasiticides. The aim is to provide readers with key aspects of parasite control and prevention, highlighting those diseases that can be transmitted by them. Geographic distribution maps are also included.

Dunbar Gram

DVM, DACVD, MRCVS

Dr. Gram is Service Chief and Clinical Associate Professor of Dermatology at the University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine. He received his undergraduate degree from Wesleyan University in Connecticut and his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine with high honors from Auburn University. He completed an internship at the University of Illinois and a residency in dermatology at North Carolina State University. He has taught dermatology at The University of Edinburgh, The University of Prince Edward Island and North Carolina State University.

Jeanmarie Short

DVM, DACVD

Jeanmarie Short was a licensed veterinary technician before graduating from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. She completed a one year rotating internship in emergency and internal medicine. After three years in general small animal practice, she completed a residency in dermatology at Animal Allergy and Dermatology in Virginia Beach, VA, and is now a Board Certified Veterinary Dermatologist. Her interests are in endocrine and allergic diseases.

Heather D. Stockdale Walden

MS, PhD

Dr. Walden is Assistant Professor of Parasitology (Department of Comparative, Diagnostic and Population Medicine) at the University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine. She is a member of the American Association of Veterinary Parasitologists (AAVP), and American Society of Parasitologists (ASP). She manages the diagnostic parasitology service in the UF-CVM Parasitology Lab and offers consultation and diagnostic assistance to the Clinical Microbiology, Parasitology and Serology Service in the UF-CVM Small Animal Hospital. Dr. Walden’s research interests focus on zoonotic parasitic disease, diagnosis and classical parasite biology, modes of transmission and pathogenicity in the definitive host. She has lead and collaborated with several research projects throughout the United States, Mexico, Ecuador, the Galapagos Islands, and Zambia and Senegal, Africa.

1. Introduction General importance of parasites Importance of life cycles in parasite control 2. Ticks Description and geographic distribution Hard ticks Soft ticks Life cycle Hard ticks Soft ticks Vector potential and disease transmission Critical points for control and prevention 3. Fleas Description and geographic distribution Life cycle Host component of flea life cycle Environmental component of flea life cycle Vector potential, disease transmission, and economic impact Critical points for control and prevention 4. Mites Description and geographic distribution Demodex mites Critical points for diagnosis, control, and prevention Scabies mites Critical points for diagnosis, control, and prevention Otodectes cynotis/Ear mites Critical points for diagnosis, control, and prevention Cheyletiella spp./“Walking dandruff” Critical points for diagnosis, control, and prevention 5. Chewing and sucking lice Description and geographic distribution Life cycle Vector potential and disease transmission Critical points for control and prevention 6. Biting flies Biting midges (Ceratopogonidae) Description and geographic distribution Life cycle Vector potential and disease transmission Sand flies (Psychodidae) Description and geographic distribution Life cycle Vector potential and disease transmission Critical points for control and prevention 7. Mosquitoes Description and geographic distribution Life cycle Vector potential and disease transmission Critical points for control and prevention 8. Screwworm flies Description and geographic distribution Life cycle Health concerns Critical points for control and prevention 9. Conclusion Further reading references 
9788417640101
  • Idioma Inglés
  • Autor/es Dunbar Gram, Heather S. Walden, Jeanmarie Short
  • Año de edición 2019
  • Nº Páginas 82
  • Encuadernación Soft cover. Wire-o
  • Tamaño 17 X 11

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