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Textbook of Small Animal Medicine of body systems. Features the work of an international team of contributors. PDF MB Password: Help. PDF | On Mar 1, , Julie R. Fischer and others published Practical Small Animal Internal Medicine. Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below.

This focused resource covers all medical conditions that affect cats. Using a unique problem-based approach, it provides essential information for assessing presenting symptoms, reaching a differential diagnosis, and selecting the appropriate course of treatment for feline patients. A consistent format makes it easy to find information related to key signs and possible causative factors graded to indicate how common each is , diagnosis, differential diagnosis including tests where appropriate , treatment, prognosis, and prevention where applicable for each clinical condition. Concise, logical format makes this resource ideal for quick reference in the clinical setting. Covers every condition likely to be encountered in cats worldwide. Features a strong international contributor list of feline experts from North America, UK, Europe, and Australia A comprehensive drug formulary lists all drug treatments available for cats. A separate chapter on drugs in cats lists the problems veterinarians might encounter due to differences in feline metabolism. File Size.

Those who are concerned that failing to make the correct diagnosis in every case is somehow a sign of inferior clinical abilities Introduction xv should take heart from a recent study from the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of California Kent et al. In this paper, clinical and post mortem diagnoses of dogs treated between and at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital were compared.

This book is organised into seven parts. Part 1 deals with signs likely to be uncovered during history taking. Part 2 deals with signs encountered at the physical examination.

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Part 6 outlines the techniques involved in some common diagnostic procedures and Part 7 contains some algorithms to aid in the diagnosis of common clinical presentations. Four appendices, containing checklists for diagnostic investigations, and a bibliography follow.

The individual lists are largely organised alphabetically. The more common conditions are labelled with an asterisk, but, as stated above, whether or not a condition is considered to be common is largely a matter of subjective opinion.

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Those conditions that are predominantly or exclusively found only in dogs are marked with a D and those in cats are marked with a C. Sources for the information in this book are wide ranging.

A large number of textbooks, listed in the bibliography, were consulted, but in most cases it was necessary to expand the lists found in these sources, using information from veterinary journals and conference proceedings. Although there are undoubtedly omissions from some of the lists, encompassing as this book does virtually the whole of small animal veterinary medicine, I have tried to make it as comprehensive as possible.

Any errors are of course mine and not theirs.

I am also grateful to Samantha Jackson at Blackwell Publishing for her support in this project. JSAP, Kent, M.

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JAVMA, — Hypokalaemia q. Hypernatraemia q. Infectious disease, e.

Toxaemia, e. Reproduced with permission of Downs Referrals, Bristol. None of these scenarios are encountered commonly in practice. References Garrett, L. Lunn, K. Tobias, et al. Regurgitation and vomiting q.

Reference Rutz, G.

Compend Contin Educ Pract Vet, — Peripheral oedema q. Renomegaly q.

Clinical Manifestations of Urinary Disorders Diagnostic Tests for the Urinary System Glomerular Disease Acute and Chronic Renal Failure Canine and Feline Urinary Tract Infections Canine and Feline Urolithiasis Obstructive and Non-obstructive Feline Idiopathic Cystitis Disorders of Micturition Disorders of the Hypothalamus and Pituitary Gland Disorders of the Parathyroid Gland Disorders of the Thyroid Gland Disorders of the Endocrine Pancreas Tools for the Practice of Theriogenology Clinical Conditions of the Bitch and Queen Clinical Conditions of the Dog and Tom Infertility and subfertility Lesion Localization and the Neurologic Examination Diagnostic Tests for the Neuromuscular System Intracranial Disorders Loss of Vision and Pupillary Abnormalities Seizures Encephalitis, Myelitis, and Meningitis Disorders of the Spinal Cord Disorders of Peripheral Nerves and the Neuromuscular Junction Disorders of Muscle

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