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    Clinical Handbook on Canine Dermatology 3rd Edition 2011
    Author: Pierre JASMIN, DVM




    Pages: 175
    Publisher: Virbac Animal Health
    Edition: 3rd, 2011
    Language: English
    ISBN: --

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    This edition has included new information on many dermatoses and recent advances on otitis externa. The practicability
    remains unchanged, of course, and the need for a 3rd edition demonstrates the usefulness of Dr Jasmin’s approach in every
    day practice. Both students and veterinary clinicians will have at their disposal an updated tool of great quality and readily
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    Table of Contents

    Presentation
    The dermatological approach
    Taking the history
    Dermatological examination - Lesions
    Differential diagnosis for groups of related dermatoses
    1/ General approach
    2/ Otitis externa
    3/ Dermatoses of adult dogs
    4/ Dermatoses of young dogs
    Monographs of the major canine dermatoses
    ■Dermatophytosis
    ■Sarcoptic mange
    ■Dermatoses associated with infestations by other parasites
    ■Demodicosis and pyodemodicosis (juvenile onset and adult onset)
    ■Pyoderma - General presentation
    ■Simple approach pyoderma
    ■Complex approach pyoderma and Bacterial overgrowth (BOG) syndrome
    ■Malassezia dermatitis and yeast overgrowth
    ■Flea Allergy Dermatitis (FAD)
    ■Adverse Food Reactions (AFR)-(Food Allergy and Food Intolerance)
    ■Canine Atopic Dermatitis (CAD; Atopy)
    ■Iatrogenic and spontaneous Cushing’s syndromes (ICS and SCS)
    ■Hypothyroidism
    ■Otitis externa
    Applications and use of skin biopsies
    Elements of physiology and structure of healthy canine skin
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