By Sue Paterson
Bringing jointly a wealth of pictures of standard and diseased puppy and cat ears, this can be an indispensible diagnostic software for the small animal veterinary practitioner seeing ear instances usually. This absolutely illustrated atlas covers the anatomy of the dogs and tom cat ear, diagnostic strategies, various regularly visible ailments, and ear surgical procedure.
Atlas of Ear illnesses of the puppy and Cat is essentially the most entire photo references for this swiftly increasing department of small animal drugs and surgical procedure. it really is a useful relief for common practitioners, in addition to these specialising in dermatology, and serves as an efficient revision reduction for veterinary scholars and people learning for extra skills in veterinary dermatology.
- Includes over four hundred top of the range color scientific photographs and transparent line drawings
- Images are followed by means of transparent explanatory textual content throughout
- Enables veterinarians to check instances noticeable in perform with photographs provided to help diagnosis
- Written through hugely certified professional veterinary dermatologist and veterinary healthcare professional
Chapter 1 Anatomy of the Ear (pages 1–21): Karen Tobias
Chapter 2 Diagnostic recommendations (pages 23–36): Sue Paterson
Chapter three complex Diagnostic innovations (pages 37–49): Sue Paterson
Chapter four ailments of the Ear Pinna (pages 51–85): Sue Paterson
Chapter five stipulations of the Ear Canal (pages 87–106): Sue Paterson
Chapter 6 stipulations of the center Ear (pages 107–123): Sue Paterson
Chapter 7 illnesses of the internal Ear (pages 125–143): Karen Tobias
Chapter eight surgical procedure of the Ear (pages 145–165): Karen Tobias
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