Canine and Feline Infectious achievefortbendcounty.org | Cell Culture | InfectionNelson, Terry C. Grande, Mark V. Wilson April Arthropod-borne Infectious Diseases of the Dog and Cat is an invaluable resource for information on the clinical presentation, pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment of the major arthropod-borne diseases of dogs and cats. Also discussed is an array of diagnostic techniques routinely available to veterinarians presented with these diseases. Illustrated in colour throughout, the book incorporates photographs of clinical cases, haematology, cytology and gross and microscopic pathology, which help understand the diagnosis and treatment of these diseases.
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Greene CE. Elsevier, St. Louis, Missouri, USA, , pp. The 3rd edition of this book builds on the strengths of the previous edition and is undoubtedly the most comprehensive source of information on infectious diseases of the dog and cat. Published 7 years after the previous version, the 3rd edition has incorporated a variety of pathogens that have emerged or been recognized as of concern in dogs and cats during this period. The book is divided into sections on viral, rickettsial, chlamydial, and mycoplasmal diseases; bacterial diseases; fungal diseases; and protozoal diseases. There is also a large section on clinical problems that addresses individual body systems, plus other areas such as fever, prevention and management of infectious diseases in different environments i.
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