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Quick guidebook to canine and feline ophthalmology. 2nd edition

LANGUAGE: ENGLISH

Authors: Esteban Martín, Javier
Release date: 2019
ISBN: 978-84-17640-87-3
Pages: 408
Binding: Hard cover
Dimensions: 17 x 24

The aim of this book is to provide both the veterinary surgeon and the student with a quick guide that will allow them to easily recognise the ophthalmological conditions most commonly seen in daily practice. All the images shown in this guide correspond to real-life cases and are accompanied by brief texts that facilitate their understanding and turn this book into an excellent reference aid.


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Javier Esteban Martín

Graduated in veterinary medicine from the School of Veterinary Medicine of the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM) in 1993. Diploma in veterinary ophthalmology by the UCM in 1998. Diploma in veterinary ophthalmology by the Latin American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists (CLOVE) in 2007. AVEPA (Spanish Small Animal Veterinary Association)-certified in ophthalmology since April 2014. Director of the Ocaña veterinary ophthalmology clinic in Madrid (Spain) since 1995.

He is the author of two books on veterinary ophthalmology and of numerous papers published in Spanish and international journals. He has been a speaker at courses and national and international congresses. He teaches classes as part of the postgraduate course in veterinary ophthalmology of the UCM. He is a member of the AVEPA Ophthalmology Group, the European Network in Veterinary Ophthalmology and Animal Vision (REOVVA), the Spanish Society for Veterinary Ophthalmology (SEOVET) and the Spanish Society for Ophthalmology (SEO). He is a member of the editorial committee of the magazine Centro Veterinario published by the Small Animal Veterinary Association of Madrid (AMVAC).

Cristina Fernández Algarra

Degree in veterinary medicine.

Veterinary Cytological Diagnostic Service, Madrid, Spain.

Jaume Altimira Palau

PhD in veterinary medicine.

HISTOVET veterinary histopathological diagnostic service, Barcelona, Spain.

Elena Alonso Fernández-Aceytuno

PhD in veterinary medicine.

Veterinary Cytology and Pathology Laboratory, Madrid, Spain.

Andrés Calvo Ibbitson

Veterinary pathologist.

CITOPATH, Madrid, Spain.

Valentina Lorenzo Fernández

Diplomate of the ECVN.

Director of the Neurología Veterinaria neurology referral centre, Madrid, Spain.

Organisation of this guidebook 
	How to use this guidebook 
	Key for the Quick guidebook to canine and feline ophthalmology
1 Anatomical structures 
	Diagram of the eye and its adnexa 
	Lacrimal apparatus diagram
2 Eyelids
	Palpebral agenesis
	Palpebral dermoid
	Entropion in a Shar Pei
	Entropion in a Chow Chow
	Entropion (surgical techniques)
	Medial entropion
	Lateral entropion
	Cicatricial entropion
	Entropion due to lack of support
	Ectropion
	Entropion/ectropion
	Entropion/ectropion. Diamond eye
	Euryblepharon
	Palpebral laceration
	Fungal blepharitis
	Bacterial blepharitis
	Parasitic blepharitis
	Blepharitis (hypersensitivity)
	Immune blepharitis
	Palpebral neoplasms
	Distichiasis
	Districhiasis
	Ectopic cilia
	Trichiasis
	Trichomegaly
	Palpebral ptosis
	Lagophthalmos
	Chalazion
	Hordeolum
	Lentigo
	Foreign bodies
3 Nictitating membrane
	Prolapse of the nictitating membrane gland
	Cartilage eversion
	Plasmoma
	Follicular conjunctivitis
	Granulomas due to Leishmania
	Lacerations/tears
	Protrusion of the nictitating membrane
	Neoplasms
	Foreign bodies
	Depigmentation of the free edge of the nictitating membrane
4 Conjunctiva
	Conjunctival dermoid 
	Conjunctival cysts
	Conjunctivitis 
	Keratoconjunctivitis sicca
	Symblepharon
	Drug plaques
	Mucinosis
	Haemorrhages 
	Chemosis 
	Wounds
	Neoplasms
5 Cornea and sclera
	Superficial corneal ulcer
	Refractory corneal ulcer
	Stromal ulcer
	Deep corneal ulcer
	Descemetocoele
	Corneal perforation
	Melting corneal ulcers
	Chronic superficial keratitis
	Keratoconjunctivitis sicca
	Pigmentary keratitis
	Feline eosinophilic keratitis
	Corneal dystrophy
	Corneal degeneration
	Corneal oedema 
	Neoplasms
	Foreign bodies
	Feline corneal sequestrum
	Dermoid cyst
	Corneal abscess
	Episcleritis
6 Uveal tract
	Iris hypoplasia
	Iris heterochromia
	Persistent pupillary membrane
	Uveitis
	Iris cysts
	Neoplasms
	Iris atrophy
	Melanosis
	Hyphaema
7 The lens
	Microphakia
	Coloboma
	Nuclear sclerosis
	Cataracts
	Lens subluxation
	Lens luxation
8 Ocular fundus
	Normal ocular fundus
	Retinal detachment
	Retinal haemorrhage
	Retinal dysplasia
	Optic nerve hypoplasia
	Optic neuritis
	Retinal degeneration
9 Globe and orbit
	Enophthalmos
	Exophthalmos
	Atrophy of the globe
	Buphthalmos
	Retrobulbar abscess
	Orbital cellulitis
	Orbital neoplasms
	Foreign bodies
	Proptosis
10 Lacrimal apparatus
	Epiphora
	Keratoconjunctivitis sicca
	Imperforate lacrimal punctum
	Hypoplasia
	Obstruction
	Dacryocystitis
11 Glaucoma
	Diagnosis
	Classification
	Clinical signs
	Differential diagnosis
	Treatment
	Sequelae
Bibliography
Alphabetical index

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Quick guidebook to canine and feline ophthalmology. 2nd edition

Quick guidebook to canine and feline ophthalmology. 2nd edition

LANGUAGE: ENGLISH

Authors: Esteban Martín, Javier
Release date: 2019
ISBN: 978-84-17640-87-3
Pages: 408
Binding: Hard cover
Dimensions: 17 x 24

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Quick guidebook to canine and feline ophthalmology. 2nd edition

Quick guidebook to canine and feline ophthalmology. 2nd edition

LANGUAGE: ENGLISH

Authors: Esteban Martín, Javier
Release date: 2019
ISBN: 978-84-17640-87-3
Pages: 408
Binding: Hard cover
Dimensions: 17 x 24

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