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    A Textbook of Veterinary Systemic Pathology
    Second Revised and Enlarged Edition








    ABOUT THE BOOK: The second edition of this book has been revised with the same objective in mind guided the first edition. That is to provide the student with a textbook comprehensive enough to meet every need in systemic pathology as per the course outline prescribed by the Veterinary Council of India.

    AUTHOR: J. L. Vegad, Madhu Swamy
    ISBN: 9788181895042
    YEAR: 2010
    PAGES: 593
    SIZE: 18 x 25 x 4 cm.
    BINDING: Hard & Soft
    LANGUAGE: English


    CONTENTS:

    1. Respiratory System
    a. Structure and Function Defence Mechanisms Impairment of Defence Mechanisms Nasal Cavity and Sinuses
    b. Specific Diseases of the Nasal Cavity and Sinuses
    c. Pharynx, Larynx, and Trachea
    d. Lungs
    e. Pneumonia
    f. Neoplasms of the Lungs
    g. Diseases of the Pleura and Thoracic cavity

    2. Cardiovascular System
    a. Heart
    b. Pericardial Diseases
    c. Myocardial Diseases
    d. Endocardial Diseases
    e. Vascular System
    f. Arterial Diseases
    g. Venous Diseases

    3. Digestive System
    a. Oral Cavity Teeth
    b. Salivary Glands
    c. Tongue
    d. Oesophagus
    e. Rumen, Reticulum, and Omasum
    f. Stomach and Abomasum
    g. Intestine
    h. Viral Enteritis
    i. Bacterial Enteritis
    j. Mycobacterial Enteritis
    k. Chlamydial Enteritis
    l. Rickettsial Enteritis
    m. Parasitic Enteritis
    n. Intestinal Neoplasms
    o. Liver
    p. Hepatitis
    q. Viral Hepatitis
    r. Bacterial Hepatitis
    s. Parasitic Hepatitis
    t. Neoplasms
    u. Gallbladder
    v. Exocrine Pancreas
    w. Pancreatitis
    x. Neoplasms
    y. Peritoneum

    4. Urinary System
    a. Kidney
    b. Renal Failure
    c. Glomerular Diseases
    d. Glomerulitis
    e. Glomerulonephritis
    f. Tubulo-Interstitial Disease
    g. Nephritis
    h. Neoplasms
    i. Lower Urinary Tract

    5. Endocrine System
    a. Pathogenic Mechanisms of Endocrine Diseases
    b. Pituitary Gland (Hypophysis)
    c. Neoplasms of Adenohypophysis
    d. Disorders of Neurohypophysis
    e. Adrenal Cortex
    f. Adrenal Medulla
    g. Thyroid Gland Goitre
    h. Parathyroid Glands
    i. Pancreatic Islets
    j. Chemorecptor Organs

    6. Haemopoietic System
    a. Responses of the Haemopoietic System
    b. Erythrocyte Disorders
    c. Anaemia
    d. Leukocyte Disorders
    e. Myeloproliferative Disorders
    f. Leukaemias
    g. Platelet Disorders
    h. Coagulation Disorders
    i. Thymus
    j. Lymph Nodes
    k. Spleen

    7. Nervous System
    a. Reaction to Injury
    b. Ependyma, Choroid Plexus, and Blood-Brain Barrier
    c. Physical Disturbances
    d. Circulatory Disturbances
    e. Metabolic/Toxic Brain Injury
    f. Nutritional Deficiencies
    g. Disorders of Myelin Function and Maintenance
    h. Infectious Diseases
    i. Immune-Mediated Disorders
    j. Prion Infections
    k. Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy
    l. Neoplasms
    m. Peripheral Nervous System

    8. Male Reproductive System
    a. Developmental Abnormalities: Intersexes
    b. Testis
    c. Orchitis
    d. Scrotum
    e. Tunica Vaginalis Spermatic Cord
    f. Epididymis, Ductus Deferens, Ampulla, Seminal Vesicle
    g. Prostate Gland
    h. Penis and Prepuce

    9. Female Reproductive System
    a. Developmental Anomalies
    b. Vagina and Vulva
    c. Cervix
    d. Uterus
    e. Metritis
    f. Placenta and Foetus
    g. Uterine Tubes
    h. Ovary
    i. Mammary Gland
    j. Mastitis

    10. Muscle
    a. Structural Features
    b. Physiological Features
    c. Examination of Muscles
    d. Rigor Mortis
    e. Response to Injury
    f. Regeneration
    g. Congenital, Neonatal, and Hereditary Diseases
    h. Changes in Myofibre Size
    i. Disturbances of Circulation
    j. Myositis
    k. Myopathies of the Domestic Animals
    l. Neoplasms

    11. Bone and Joints
    a. Diseases of Bone
    b. Normal Structure and Function
    c. Reaction of Bone to Injury
    d. Fracture Repair
    e. Abnormalities of Growth and Development
    f. Metabolic Bone Diseases
    g. Inflammation of the Bone
    h. Osteitis
    i. Neoplasms
    j. Diseases of Joints
    k. Reaction to Injury
    l. Abnormalities of Growth and Development
    m. Inflammation
    n. Arthritis
    o. Degenerative Joint Disease
    p. Neoplasms of Joints

    12. Integumentary System
    a. Response to Injury
    b. Congenital and Hereditary Diseases
    c. Environmentally Related Diseases
    d. Infectious Causes of Skin Disease
    e. Immunological Skin Diseases
    f. Metabolic Skin Diseases
    g. Nutritional Skin Diseases
    h. Disorders of Epidermal Growth or Differentiation
    i. Disorders of Pigmentation
    j. Disorders of Unknown Pathogenesis (Idiopathic Disorders)
    k. Cutaneous Manifestations of Systemic Disease
    l. Neoplasms of Skin

    13. Eye and Ear
    a. Eye
    b. Ocular Inflammation
    c. Lesions of the Cornea
    d. Lesions of the Uvea
    e. Lesions of the Lens
    f. Lesions (anomalies) of the Vitreous Body
    g. Lesions of the Retina
    h. Lesions of the Optic Nerve
    i. Lesions of the Conjunctiva
    j. Lesions of the Eyelids
    k. Neoplasms of the Eyeball and Ocular Adnexa
    l. Ear
    m. Lesions of the External Ear
    n. Lesions of the Middle Ear
    o. Lesions of the Inner Ear

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