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Diagnostics and Therapy in Veterinary Dermatology

Diagnostics and Therapy in Veterinary Dermatology
Diagnostics and Therapy in Veterinary Dermatology
  • Author: Dawn Logas
  • ISBN: 9781119680604
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Pages: 416
  • Dimensions: 21x28
  • Year Published: 2022
Ex Tax: 136.79€


Diagnostics and Therapy in Veterinary Dermatology presents thorough coverage
of the latest discoveries, drugs, and
treatments for dermatologic conditions in animals. Chapters written
by experts in each respective area of veterinary dermatology contain
up-to-date information on new diagnostic tools and tests, autoimmune
diseases, parasitic and fungal infections, medical management of acute
and chronic conditions, alternative dermatologic therapies, and more.  

practical solutions for both specialist and general practice
veterinarians dealing with dermatology cases, this wide-ranging resource
also addresses antibiotic resistance and misuse, the availability of
foods for elimination diet trials, problems with generic drugs, emerging
infectious diseases, and other important problems currently facing the
profession. Throughout the text, veterinary practitioners are provided
with real-world guidance on improving how they work up their dermatology
cases and strengthening communication between the primary care
veterinarian and the dermatologist. Edited by
a leading board-certified dermatologist, this volume:   

  • Focuses on cats and dogs
  • Includes numerous high-quality clinical photographs illustrating all key concepts 
  • Covers topics
    such as how to use your nursing staff to the fullest, the One
    Health movement, and how changing climate is increasing the spread
    of certain dermatologic diseases  
  • Discusses approaches for building a better working relationship between clients, primary care veterinarians and dermatologists
  • Provides insights on the future of technology in the diagnosis and treatment of dermatologic diseases  

Covering the very latest developments in the field, Diagnostics and Therapy in Veterinary Dermatology is
essential reading for veterinary dermatologists, veterinary students,
and any veterinary general practitioner with a dermatology caseload.

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