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Introduction to Diseases, Diagnosis, and Management of Dogs and Cats - 신간POD상품
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Introduction to Diseases, Diagnosis, and Management of Dogs and Cats - 신간POD상품




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Editor: Tanmoy Rana

ISBN: 9780443185489

Imprint: Academic Press

Published: November 15, 2023

Pages: 652

Paperback



Description


Introduction to Diseases, Diagnosis, and Management of Dogs and Cats covers the diseases of dogs and cats and their remedial measure after drug application. The book describes disease evaluation and its pathogenesis, identification of pathogens and their severity to animals, exhibition of disease manifestation, and preventive and treatment strategies to counteract the etiopathogenesis caused by several types of pathogens. The exhibitions of animal disease severity as well as clinical manifestation are also justified for microbial pathogen identification. Finally, treatment regimes are evaluated to counteract diseases, with an emphasis on etiological factors, disease diagnosis and control measures.


Users will find this to be an idea reference on recent advancements in diseases that affect cats and dogs that also highlights the management of diseases in a well-structured fashion.



Key features


  • Discusses clinical diseases of dogs and cats including those that impact major systems in the body, specimen collection, clinical examination, diagnosis, and medical interventions

  • Covers the etiology and epidemiology, physical examination abnormalities, pathogenesis, clinical signs, diagnosis, treatment and prognosis, immunity and vaccination, and prevention of infectious diseases

  • Explores advances in diagnosis and treatment including molecular diagnostic techniques and therapies



Readership


Postgraduate students, researchers, academicians, in microbiology, and veterinary science, industrialists



Table of contents


Cover image

Title page

Table of Contents

Copyright

Contributors

Preface

Acknowledgments

Section A: Introduction of diseases


Chapter 1 General aspects of introduction to diseases, diagnosis, and management of dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Introduction

2 Diagnosis and management of various diseases of dog and cat


Chapter 2 Biological system of dogs and cats and its clinical management

Abstract

1 Introduction

2 Musculoskeletal system of dog and cat

3 Digestive system

4 Respiratory system

5 Male reproductive organs of dog and cat

6 Female reproductive organs of bitch and queen

7 Mammary glands

8 Urinary system

9 Endocrine system

10 Sense organ

11 Common disorders of dog and its clinical management

12 Common endoparasitic infestation in dogs and cats

13 Common disorders of cat and its clinical management

14 Vaccination schedule: Dogs and puppies

15 Feline vaccination schedule

References


Chapter 3 Nutritional strategies of dogs and cats

Abstract

1 What is nutritionally balanced dog food?

2 Protein in dog food

3 Fat in dog food

4 Carbohydrates in dog food

5 Vitamins in dog food

6 Minerals in dog food

7 Water requirements for dogs

8 Homemade balanced dog food?

9 Classification of pet food based on the nutrient content

10 Dog food recommendations for overweight dogs

11 Nutritional strategy to prevent disease in healthy dogs and cats

References


Chapter 4 Clinical examination and diagnostic perspectives in dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Introduction

2 Noninvasive diagnostic tests

3 Invasive pathology test

References


Chapter 5 Maintenance of fluids, electrolytes, and acid–base therapy in dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Introduction

2 Body Fluid compartments

3 Regulation of electrolytes and body fluids

4 Physiology of acid–base balance

5 Assessment of imbalances

6 Clinical features of fluid and electrolyte balance

7 Clinical and pathological indicators of fluid and electrolyte imbalance

8 Purpose of fluid therapy

9 Type of fluids

10 Routes of administration

11 Monitoring fluid therapy

12 Contraindications for fluid therapy

13 Discontinuation of fluid therapy

14 Conclusion

References


Chapter 6 Collection, preservation processing, and dispatch of samples for disease diagnosis in dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Introduction

2 Collection and preservation of specimen for histopathology examination

3 Collection and preservation of specimen for bacteriological examination

4 Collection and preservation of specimen for virological examination

5 Collection and preservation of specimen for toxicological examination

6 Collection procedure of different biological material/specimen

7 Processing and dispatch of material

8 Essential pathological tests for diagnosis of disease in dogs and cats


Chapter 7 Necropsy procedure and basic laboratory methods in dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Necropsy procedure

2 Basic laboratory diagnostic procedures

3 Urine analysis

4 Diagnostic cytology

5 Diagnostic histopathology

6 Parasitological examination

7 Clinical biochemistry

8 Bacteriological examination

9 Fungal examination

Section B: Clinical diseases of dogs and cats


Chapter 8 Behavioral disorders of dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Introduction

2 Noise-related anxiety

3 Aggression

4 Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)

5 Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)

6 Separation anxiety disorder (SAD)

7 Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

8 Behavior problems and pain

9 Issues with vomeronasal organ and behavior

10 Heart diseases and behavioral issues

11 Some adverse outcomes of drugs prescribed for behavioral disorders

References


Chapter 9 Respiratory diseases of dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Introduction

2 Anatomy and physiology of the respiratory system in dogs and cats

3 Pathogenic agents that cause respiratory diseases in dogs and cats

4 Host defense mechanisms in respiratory diseases in dogs and cats

5 Common respiratory diseases in dogs

6 Common respiratory diseases in cats

7 Recent advancement in the respiratory disease diagnosis

8 Conclusion and future directions

References


Chapter 10 Urinary system diseases of dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Introduction

2 Urinary tract infections in dogs and cats

3 Clinical signs

4 Diagnosis

5 Treatment

6 Urolithiasis

7 Urinary tract tumors

8 Chronic kidney disease

9 Acute kidney injury

References


Chapter 11 Diseases of the reproductive system of male dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Diseases of testes and epididymis

2 Diseases of the prostate

3 Diseases of penis and prepuce

References


Chapter 12 Autoimmune diseases of dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Induction of autoimmunity

2 Normal immune responses

3 Abnormal immune responses

4 Predisposing factors

5 Mechanisms of tissue damage in autoimmunity

6 Autoimmunity and autoimmune disease in dogs and cats

7 Hormonal influence on autoimmunity

8 Primary vs secondary autoimmune disease

9 Immunodiagnostic tests for autoimmunity

10 Immunodiagnostic tests for autoimmunity

References


Chapter 13 Diseases of cardiovascular system of dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Introduction

2 Congenital heart diseases

3 Acquired heart diseases

References


Chapter 14 Diseases of reproductive system of female dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Diseases of ovary

2 Diseases of uterus

3 Diseases of vagina

4 Other diseases

References


Chapter 15 Diseases of endocrine system in dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Introduction

2 Hypothyroidism

3 Hyperthyroidism

4 Diabetes mellitus

5 Hyperadrenocorticism (HAC) (or) Cushing’s syndrome

6 Hypoadrenocorticism (or) Addison’s disease

7 Primary hypoparathyroidism

8 Primary hyperparathyroidism

9 Secondary hyperparathyroidism

10 Hyperaldosteronism in cats

11 Sex-hormone dermatoses

12 Hyperestrogenism

13 Hyperandrogenism

14 Immune-mediated endocrine deficiency syndromes

References


Chapter 16 Diseases of the nervous system of dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Introduction

2 Cells of the nervous system

3 Cranial nerves

4 Diagnosis of neurological problems in dogs and cats

5 Common affections of the nervous system in small animals

References


Chapter 17 Diseases of integument system of dogs and cats

Abstract

References


Chapter 18 Gastrointestinal disorders of dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Esophageal disorders

2 Gastric disorders

3 Diseases of small intestine

4 Disorders of large intestine

References


Chapter 19 Occular manifestation of infectious and noninfestious disease of dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Introduction

2 Systemic diseases with ocular manifestation

3 Feline herpesvirus

4 Ocular problems in canines and felines due to endocrine disease

References


Chapter 20 Diseases of ear in dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Introduction

2 Anatomy of ear of dogs and cats

3 Diseases of external ear

4 Disease of middle ear (or) otitis media

5 Disease of inner ear (or) otitis interna

6 Deafness

7 Aural neoplasia

References


Chapter 21 Overview on diseases of blood and hematopoietic system in dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Hematopoietic system in animals

2 Red blood cells in animals

3 White blood cells in animals

4 Lymphocytes in animals

5 Platelets in animals

6 Neoplasia of the myeloid system

References


Chapter 22 Diseases and disorders of the musculoskeletal system in dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Myopathies

2 Myositis

3 Prevention of musculoskeletal disorders

4 Bone disorders in dogs

5 Joint disorders in dogs

6 Congenital musculoskeletal disorder

7 Immune-mediated arthritis

8 Canine diskospondylitis

9 Therapy for musculoskeletal system disorder

10 Musculoskeletal disorders of cats

11 Diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders in dogs and cats

References


Chapter 23 Geriatric diseases of dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Introduction

2 Neural basis of cognitive decline in domestic dogs and cats during aging

3 Neural mechanisms underlying cognitive decline in aging

4 Skin and coat changes

5 Changes in body weight and condition

6 Musculoskeletal changes

7 Metabolic dysregulations: The interplay of aging and chronic diseases

8 Oral and gingival diseases

9 The role of the gut microbiome

10 Respiratory tract changes

11 Understanding the pathobiology of cardiac senescence: Heart diseases

12 Aging-associated nephropathy: Exploring renal function dynamics and pathophysiology

13 Changes to the endocrine system

14 Age-related hearing and vision loss

15 Fueling the aging process: The latest research on nutrition and geriatric disease prevention

16 Conclusions

References


Chapter 24 Neoplasms in dog and cat

Abstract

1 Benign neoplasms

2 Malignant neoplasms

3 Hemopoietic system neoplasm

4 Etiology

5 Signs and symptoms of neoplasm

6 Diagnosis

7 Clinical staging

8 Therapeutic approaches

9 Management of toxicities

10 Common neoplasms in dogs and cats

11 Anatomical classification

12 Mammary tumor

13 Hemangiosarcoma

14 Mast cell tumors

15 Sarcoma

16 Squamous cell carcinomas

17 Mouth and nose cancer

18 Papilloma

19 Canine transmissible venereal tumors

References


Chapter 25 Diseases of hepatobiliary system of dogs and cats

Abstract

Acknowledgment

1 Introduction

2 Clinical anatomy and physiology of hepatobiliary system

3 Pathophysiology hepatobiliary disorders

4 Diagnosis of hepatobiliary disorders

5 Treatment and management

6 Conclusion

References


Chapter 26 Common toxicological phenomenon in dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Acetaminophen

2 Acetone

3 Amitraz

4 Anticoagulant rodenticide

5 Arsenic

6 Bleaching powder

7 Detergents, soaps, and shampoos

8 Ethanol

9 Grapes and Raisins

10 Homemade and commercial play dough

11 Honey bees, wasps, and hornets

12 Iron

13 Lead

14 Metaldehyde

15 Methylxanthines: Caffeine, theobromine, theophylline

16 Mothballs

17 Mushroom poisoning

18 Organophosphate and carbamate insecticides

19 Paintballs

20 Plant poisoning

21 Pyrethrins and pyrethroids

22 Silica gel containing desiccant packs

23 Snake poisoning

24 Toad poisoning

25 Xylitol

26 Zinc phosphide

27 Prevention

References


Chapter 27 Anesthesia and pain management in dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Preanesthetic preparation

2 Vein cannulation

3 Postanesthetic care

4 General anesthesia

5 Parenteral anesthetic agents

6 Pain management in dogs and cats

7 Management of pain

8 Pain management by some alternative solutions

References


Chapter 28 Drugs in therapeutic application of dogs and cats

Abstract

Acknowledgments

1 Introduction

2 Therapeutic applications of drugs

3 Drugs used for the treatment of diseases in dogs and cats

4 Conclusion

References


Chapter 29 Nutritional and metabolic diseases of dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Overview of nutritional and metabolic diseases in dogs and cats

2 Factors influencing nutritional and metabolic diseases in dogs and cats

3 Mechanisms of nutritional and metabolic diseases in dogs and cats

4 Conclusion and future directions

References

Section C: Infectious diseases of dogs and cats


Chapter 30 General introduction of infectious diseases in dogs and cats

Abstract

Acknowledgments

1 Introduction

2 Modes of transmission of infectious diseases

3 Factors affecting the susceptibility and severity of an infectious disease

4 Infectious agents in dogs and cats

5 Clinical diagnosis of infectious diseases

6 Treatment of infectious diseases

7 Prevention and control

References


Chapter 31 Clinical signs and symptoms of infectious diseases in dogs and cats

Abstract

Acknowledgments

1 Introduction

2 General clinical findings of infectious diseases in dogs and cats

3 System-wise clinical findings of infectious diseases in dogs and cats

References


Chapter 32 Parasitic diseases of dogs and cats

Abstract

Acknowledgments

1 Introduction

2 Zoonotic and economic importance of parasitic diseases

3 Role of ectoparasites in the transmission of infections

4 Protozoal diseases of dogs and cats

5 Internal parasitic diseases of dogs and cats

6 Ectoparasites infesting dogs and cats

7 Control of parasitic diseases in dogs and cats

8 Conclusion

References


Chapter 33 Mycoplasma, Rickettsia, and Chlamydia diseases of dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Introduction

2 Conclusion

References


Chapter 34 Bacterial diseases of dogs and cats

Abstract

Acknowledgments

1 Introduction

2 Salmonellosis

3 Colibacillosis

4 Klebsiellosis

5 Yersiniosis

6 Bartonellosis

7 Tularaemia

8 Campylobacteriosis

9 Listeriosis

10 Nocardiosis

11 Staphylococcal infections

12 Streptococcal infections

13 Tetanus

14 Pasteurellosis

15 Clostridium perfringens infection

16 Clostridium difficile infection

17 Brucellosis

18 Helicobacter infections

19 Pseudomoniasis

References


Chapter 35 Fungal diseases of dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Introduction

2 Mechanisms of immunosuppression in dogs and cats

3 Opportunistic fungal infections

4 Mycotoxins and mycotoxicoses

5 Diagnosis and treatment of mycotic infections in dogs and cats

6 Conclusion

References


Chapter 36 Common viral diseases of dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Viral diseases of dogs

2 Viral diseases of cats

References


Chapter 37 Zoonotic diseases of dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Viral diseases

2 Fungal diseases

3 Parasitic diseases

4 Bacterial diseases

References


Chapter 38 Drug resistance of infectious diseases of dogs and cats

Abstract

Acknowledgments

1 Introduction

2 Emerging drug resistance leads to global threat and its economic importance

3 Accelerating factors responsible for drug resistance of infectious diseases of companion animals

4 Antimicrobial drug resistance in dogs and cats

5 Emergence and spread of resistance in the drugs used against parasitic infections of dogs and cats

6 Possible ways to conserve drug efficacy and prevent drug resistance

7 Future perspective

8 Conclusion

References


Chapter 39 Diagnostic techniques of infectious diseases of dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Clinical pathological techniques

2 Microbiological techniques

3 Necropsy and histopathological technique

4 Diagnostic interpretation of common diseases in dogs and cats


Chapter 40 One Health approach of infectious diseases of dogs and cats

Abstract

1 Introduction

2 Bordetella bronchiseptica

3 Brucella

4 Campylobacter

5 Capnocytophaga

6 Coxiella burnetii

7 Rabies

8 Noroviruses

9 Leptospira

10 Methicillin resistance Staphylococcus aureus

11 Pasteurella

12 Salmonella

13 Staphylococcus intermedius

14 Yersinia enterocolitica

15 Zoonotic diseases of cats

16 Campylobacteriosis

17 Cat scratch disease (Bartonella henselae)

18 Cat tapeworm (Dipylidium caninum)

19 Cryptosporidiosis (Cryptosporidium spp.)

20 Giardiasis (Giardia duodenalis)

21 Hookworm (Ancylostoma tubaeforme, Ancylostoma braziliense, Uncinaria stenocephala)

22 MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus)

23 Plague (Yersinia pestis)

24 Rabies

25 Ringworm

26 Roundworms (Toxocara spp.)

27 Salmonellosis (Salmonella spp.)

28 Sporotrichosis (Sporothrix spp.)

29 Tick-borne diseases

30 Toxoplasmosis (Toxoplasma gondii)

31 Tularemia (Francisella tularensis)

32 Prevention

33 Conclusion

References


Chapter 41 Prevention and control of infectious diseases

Abstract

1 Introduction

2 Domesticated populations

3 Factors influencing infectious diseases progression and its prevention

4 Disease control and prevention strategies

5 Conclusion

References

Index



About the editor


Tanmoy Rana

Dr Tanmoy Rana is an assistant professor in Veterinary Medicine, Ethics & Jurisprudence at the Department of Veterinary Clinical Complex, West Bengal University of Animal & Fishery Sciences, West Bengal, India. He contributed to the general area of biochemical and molecular pharmacology, toxicology, and veterinary medicine. He has been involved in multidisciplinary research and education to promote the scientific basis of veterinary science and molecular medicine. He is a reviewer, academic editor, and advisory board member of various prestigious international journals. He contributed many research and review articles to reputed international journals. He is an author and editor of Organ-Specific Parasitic Diseases of Dogs and Cats under Elsevier Publication.





 
 
 
 
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