There is currently a lot of interest within veterinary medicine in both dermatology and exotics, yet, despite this interest, there is no single text available that focuses on both these key areas.
This book, for the first time, provides a practical guide to dermatological problems in birds, reptiles, fish and mammals. Divided into the four groups, each section has a chapter introducing the structure and function of the skin of each group, a chapter on examination and diagnostic tests, and further chapters on species specific skin diseases and treatments.
Written in a quick reference format and including almost 200 colour photographs, this book is a handy resource for veterinary practitioners, veterinary students and veterinary dermatologists alike.
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Sue Paterson works at Rutland House Veterinary Hospital, Merseyside, UK.Review:
"The format of this book is to be applauded as the authors introduce the veterinary 'novice' consicely and comprehensively to the subject and the species involved. This book cannot be overlooked. It deserves a place on veterinarians' bookshelves." Veterinary Dermatology, 2006
“A welcome addition to the available literature. The book is well structured and uses a lot of graphics for ease in finding information.” Exotic DVM Magazine
“This book does a very nice job filling a niche in exotic pet veterinary literature. Dermatologic conditions in a wide range of exotic animals are presented in an easily referenced format. The authors have attempted to provide a very thorough listing of pathologic conditions ... .It should prove very useful to most veterinary practitioners.” Journal of Exotic Pet Medicine
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Descripción Wiley-Blackwell, 2006. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110632059699