1472 pages, 90 illus
Every day, you are faced with a deluge of common and not so common problems. The 5-Minute Veterinary Consult: Canine and Feline offers authoritative coverage and timely answers to all your questions. It is a clinical reference loaded with practical information from leading experts in small animal practice. This text is an important resource you can use every day. A quick reference resource of internal medicine in canine and feline health, the book includes: over 700 specific disorders, contributions from nearly 300 leading authorities in the field as well as 17 section editors covering every specialty of small animal practice. The 5-Minute Veterinary Consult: Canine and Feline is broken into three major sections. The Problems is a concise, targeted focus on primary signs and symptoms for fast and accurate recognition. The Laboratory offers profiles that give easy access to indications, interpretations, and pitfalls of each study to help you make better decisions and save time and money. The Diseases alphabetically lists every common condition you manage in the dog and cat, as well as less common ones, so you'll be prepared no matter what shows up in your waiting room. All the major topics are listed alphabetically in a consistent one or two page format. Excellent appendices provide a convenient one stop location for conversion tables, lab values, and drug information
Part 1 Presenting problems and physical findings: abortion, spontaneous (pregnancy loss) - dog; abortion, spontaneous (pregnancy loss) - cat; abortion, termination of pregnancy; aggression - dog; aggression - cat; alopecia; anisocoria; anorexia; ascites (abdominal effusion); ataxia; blind quiet eye; breeding, timing; cardiopulmonary arrest; constipation and obstipation; coprophagia; cough; cyanosis; deafness; dermatoses, erosive-ulcerative; dermatoses, exfoliative; dermatoses, papulonodular; dermatoses, vesiculopustular; diarrhoea, chronic - dog; diarrhoea, chronic - cat; drooling (ptyalism); dyschezia and haematochezia; dysphagia; dyspnea and tachypnea; dystocia; dysuria and pollakiuria; epiphora; epistaxis; fears and phobias - dog; flatulence; head tilt (vestibular disease); haematemesis; haematuria; hepatomegaly; hypothermia; inappropriate elimination - cat; incontinence, fecal; incontinence, urinary; infertility, female; infertility, male - dog; lameness; lymphadenopathy; melena; murmurs, heart; nail and nailbed disorders; nasal dermatoses; nasal discharge (sneezing, reverse sneezing, gagging); neck and back pain; neonatal mortality (fading syndrome); obesity; oliguria and anuria; orbital diseases (exophthalmus, enophthalmus, strabismus); panting; paralysis; peripheral oedema; peritonitis; petechia, ecchymosis and bruising; pica; poisoning (intoxication); polyphagia; polyuria and polydipsia; prostatomegaly; pruritis; red eye; regurgitation; renomegaly; seizures (convulsions, status epilepticus) - dog; seizures (convulsions, status epilepticus) - cat; sepsis and bacteremia; shock; splenomegaly; stereotypes - dog; stertor and stridor; stupor and coma; syncope; third eyelid, protruding; tremors; urinary retention, functional; urinary tract obstruction; vaginal discharge; vomiting, acute - dog; vomiting, acute - cat; vomiting, chronic - dog; vomiting, chronic - cat; weight loss and cachexia. Part 2 Diagnostics laboratory. (Part contents).
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