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About this book
About this book
Notes on Feline Internal Medicine is one of the first books in an exciting new series specifically designed, through an accessible note-based style, to ensure veterinarians and students have quick and easy access to the most up-to-date clinical and diagnostic information. This edition includes a differential approach to common presenting problems and laboratory abnormalities, as well as a detailed information on conditions affecting each organ system and feline infectious diseases. Short sections covering breed-related diseases, paediatrics, geriatrics and therapeutics are also included. For ease of reference, major conditions are subdivided into clinical signs, diagnostic approach, definitive diagnostic tests and treatment.
Respiratory: Upper respiratory tract disease; Lower respiratory tract disease; Mediastinal/pleural disease; Differential diagnosis of respiratory disease; Investigation of respiratory disease; Treatment of respiratory disease; Cardiovascular: Cardiac disease; Differential diagnosis of cardiac disease; Further investigation of cardiac disease; Treatment of cardiac disease; Alimentary: Oral cavity disease; Pharyngeal disease; Oseophageal disease; Gastric disease; Small intestinal disease; Large intestinal disease; Differential diagnosis of regurgitation and vomiting; Differential diagnosis of diarrhoea; Differential diagnosis of tenesmus; Further investigation of alimentary tract disease; Treatment of alimentary tract disease; Hepatic: Hepatic disease; Differential diagnosis of hepatic disease; Management and treatment of hepatic disease; Pancreatic: Pancreatic disease; Urinary: Renal disease; Investigation and management of renal disease; Lower urinary tract; Investigation of LUT disease; Treatment of LUT disease; Reproductive disease; Endocrine disease; Neurology: Central; Peripheral; Dysautonomia; Differential diagnosis of seizures; Differential diagnosis of ataxia; Differential diagnosis of major presenting signs: Anaemia; Weight loss; Polyuria/polydipsia; Pyrexia of unknown origin; Ascites; Feline peculiarities: Idiosyncrasies of drug metabolism; Nutritional related disease; Retrovirus associated disease