Canine and feline dermatology atlas
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Canine and feline dermatology atlas

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Having images of the pathologies when carrying out a diagnosis is undoubtedly highly appreciated by vets, especially in dermatology consultation. Thanks to this atlas, vets will be able to look at images of common skin pathologies and thus be acknowledged for their “clinical eye”, but they will also be able to view non-typical images that will guide those uncommon cases. Furthermore, typical images that are exclusive of certain localisations of the body (face, perianal area,claws) have been included at the end of the book. Each chapter includes images of the general clinical picture of each disease, aetiopathogenesis of the lesions, diagnostic method and treatment.

Gustavo Machicote Goth

Bachelor’s degree at the University of Buenos aires. Veterinary practitioner at Vilanova Veterinary Clinic (Vilanova de Arousa, Pontevedra) with special dedication to dermatology since 1990.

Responsible of the DERMAPET dermatology reference service, collaborator in the dermatologic service of the Veterinary Clinic of Pontevedra, as well as online counsellor for the dermatology service of VetSupport.

He is a member of the AVEPA dermatology group. He was its Secretary member since 2004 until 2009. Full member of European Society of Veterinary Dermatology (ESVD).

Dermatology training at the European Advanced Studies School (ESAVS).

He has imparted numerous dermatology training courses and has published different reviews on dermatology in national magazines. Author of the book Dermatología canina y felina (Manuales clínicos por especialidades) and co-author of different books. Award to the best clinical case in small animals in the III and IV Encontros Veterinarios Galegos y Premio Miguel Luera at AVEPA 2005.

1. Introduction to diagnosis in dermatology Introduction Clinical patterns Age of onset Distribution of lesions on the body 2. Bacterial dermatoses Introduction Intertrigo Impetigo Bacterial overgrowth Pyotraumatic dermatitis Pyotraumatic folliculitis/furunculosis Superficial bacterial folliculitis Mucocutaneous pyoderma Deep pyoderma of the bridge of the nose Chin pyoderma Bacterial pododermatitis German Shepherd deep pyoderma Callus pyoderma Furunculosis/cellulitis complex Subcutaneous abscesses Pyodermas caused by atypical bacteria Acral lick dermatitis 3. Fungal dermatoses Introduction Canine dermatophytosis Feline dermatophytosis Systemic mycoses Malassezia infections Candidiasis 4. Parasitic dermatoses Introduction Cheyletiellosis Tick infestation Pediculosis Myiasis Canine demodicosis or red mange Feline demodicosis Canine scabies/sarcoptic mange Feline notoedric mange/feline mange Otodectes cynotis otitis Trombiculiasis Neotrombicula autumnalis Straelensia cynotis 5. Viral and protozoan dermatoses Introduction Canine distemper virus dermatosis Feline herpesvirus dermatosis Papillomavirus Leishmaniosis 6. Allergic dermatoses Introduction Urticaria and angio-oedema Atopy and adverse food reaction Contact hypersensitivity Flea bite allergy dermatitis Allergy to insect bites/stings Insect allergy in the cat Canine eosinophilic furunculosis of the nose Manifestations of allergy in the cat Miliary dermatitis Symmetrical alopecia Facial and cervical erosion and ulceration Feline eosinophilic granuloma complex Drug reactions 7. Dermatoses of endocrine and metabolic origin Introduction Hypothyroidism Hyperadrenocorticism Pituitary dwarfism Sex hormone dermatoses Hyperoestrogenism in females Hyperoestrogenism in males Alopecia X Hepatocutaneous syndrome Shar Pei mucinosis Calcinosis circumscripta 8. Autoimmune orimmune-mediated dermatoses Introduction Juvenile cellulitis Pemphigus complex Subepidermal blistering diseases Cutaneous lupus Lupoid onychodystrophy Sterile nodular panniculitis Sebaceous adenitis Vasculitis/dermatomyositis Uveodermatological syndrome Perianal fistulas Metatarsal fistulas Plasma cell pododermatitis 9. Dermatoses caused by keratoseborrhoeic and pigment disorders Introduction Primary seborrhoeas Anal sac impaction/fistulas Zinc-deficiency dermatosis Lichenoid keratosis/psoriasiform-lichenoid dermatosis Tail gland hyperplasia Facial dermatitis of Persian/Himalayan cats (“dirty face syndrome”) Split paw pad disease Vitiligo Lentigo 10.Most common neoplasms Introduction Lipoma/liposarcoma Mastocytoma Histiocytoma Reactive histiocytosis Epitheliotropic lymphoma Feline paraneoplastic alopecia Hepatoid gland adenoma/carcinoma Papillomas Soft-tissue sarcomas Squamous cell carcinoma Actinic keratosis Metastatic mammary adenocarcinoma Melanoma Transmissible venereal tumour 11.Non-inflammatory, non-endocrine alopecias Introduction Breed-specific alopecia Follicular dysplasias Pattern alopecia Cyclical alopecia of the flanks and bridge of the nose Anagen/telogen effluvium Post-clipping alopecia Traction alopecia Post-injection alopecia (including local application of substances) Alopecia areata/pseudopelade Feline psychogenic alopecia 
  • Idioma Inglés
  • Autor/es Gustavo Machicote Goth
  • Año de edición 2013
  • Nº Páginas 232
  • Encuadernación Hard cover
  • Tamaño 22 X 28

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