Blackwell's Five-Minute Veterinary Consult

Ruminant
 
 
Wiley-Blackwell (Verlag)
  • 2. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 16. August 2017
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  • 1008 Seiten
 
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978-1-119-06470-1 (ISBN)
 
Blackwell's Five-Minute Veterinary Consult: Ruminant, Second Edition keeps practitioners completely current with the latest in disease management for ruminants and camelids.
* Updates the first all-in-one ruminant resource designed specifically for quick information retrieval
* Provides identically formatted topics for easy searching by alphabetical listing or by discipline, with each topic indicating the species affected
* Offers fast access to the accumulated wisdom of hundreds of veterinary experts
* Adds more than 100 new topics, with significant revisions to existing topics
* Includes access to a companion website with additional topics, client education handouts, and figures
2. Auflage
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John Wiley & Sons
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978-1-119-06470-1 (9781119064701)
1119064708 (1119064708)
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The Editors
Christopher Chase, DVM, PhD, DACVM (Virology & Immunology), is Professor in the Department of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences at South Dakota State University in Brookings, South Dakota, USA.
Kaitlyn Lutz, VMD, DABVP (Food Animal), was previously a Lecturer in the Food Animal Field Service at the University of Pennsylvania and is currently exploring private dairy practice in Ashburton, New Zealand.
Erica McKenzie, BSc, BVMS, PhD, DACVIM, DACVSMR, is a Professor of Large Animal Internal Medicine at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon, USA.
Ahmed Tibary, DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACT, is a Professor of Large Animal Theriogenology at College of Veterinary Medicine, Washington State University in Pullman, Washington, USA.
  • Blackwells Five-Minute Veterinary Consult: Ruminant
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • Consulting Editors
  • Contributors
  • About the Companion Website
  • Contents
  • Contents by Subject
  • Section A
  • 1 Abomasal Emptying Defect in Sheep
  • 2 Abomasal Impaction
  • 3 Abomasal Ulceration
  • 4 Abortion: Bacterial
  • 5 Abortion: Bovine
  • 6 Abortion: Camelid
  • 7 Abortion: Farmed Cervidae
  • 8 Abortion: Small Ruminant
  • 9 Abortion: Viral, Fungal, And Nutritional
  • 10 Actinobacillosis: Wooden Tongue
  • 11 Actinomycosis: Lumpy Jaw
  • 12 Acupuncture
  • 13 Acute Renal Failure
  • 14 Agricultural Chemical Toxicities
  • 15 Akabane
  • 16 Anaphylaxis
  • 17 Anaplasmosis
  • 18 Anemia, Nonregenerative
  • 19 Anemia, Regenerative
  • 20 Anesthesia: Inhalation
  • 21 Anesthesia: Injectable
  • 22 Anesthesia: Local And Regional
  • 23 Anestrus
  • 24 Angular Limb Deformity
  • 25 Anthelmintic Resistance
  • 26 Anthrax
  • 27 Arsenic Toxicosis
  • 28 Arthrogryposis
  • 29 Artificial Insemination: Bovine
  • 30 Artificial Insemination: Small Ruminant
  • 31 Aspiration Pneumonia
  • 32 Atypical Interstitial Pneumonia
  • 33 Avocado Toxicosis
  • Section B
  • 1 Babesiosis
  • 2 Bacillary Hemoglobinuria
  • 3 Bacterial Endocarditis
  • 4 Bacterial Meningitis
  • 5 Bison: Bacterial Diseases
  • 6 Bison: Parasitic Diseases
  • 7 Bison: Viral Diseases
  • 8 Black Locust Toxicity
  • 9 Bloat
  • 10 Blue-Green Algae Poisoning
  • 11 Bluetongue Virus
  • 12 Border Disease
  • 13 Borna Disease
  • 14 Bovine Dermatology
  • 15 Bovine Digital Dermatitis
  • 16 Bovine Ephemeral Fever
  • 17 Bovine Leukemia Virus
  • 18 Bovine Papular Stomatitis
  • 19 Bovine Petechial Fever
  • 20 Bovine Respiratory Syncytial Virus
  • 21 Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy
  • 22 Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus
  • 23 Bracken Fern Toxicity
  • 24 Brassica spp. Toxicity
  • 25 Breeding Soundness Examination: Bull
  • 26 Breeding Soundness Examination: Camelids
  • 27 Breeding Soundness Examination: Cervidae
  • 28 Breeding Soundness Examination: Small Ruminant
  • 29 Brisket Disease
  • 30 Brucellosis
  • 31 Buckeye (Aesculus spp.) Toxicity
  • 32 Burn Management
  • Section C
  • 1 Cache Valley Virus
  • 2 Calf Diphtheria/Necrotic Stomatitis
  • 3 Camel Diseases
  • 4 Camel Management and Health Programs
  • 5 Camelid: Dentistry
  • 6 Camelid: Dermatology
  • 7 Camelid: Gastrointestinal Disease
  • 8 Camelid: Heat Stress
  • 9 Camelid: Parasitology
  • 10 Camelid: Reproduction
  • 11 Campylobacter
  • 12 Candidiasis
  • 13 Caprine Arthritis Encephalitis Virus
  • 14 Carbamate Toxicity
  • 15 Cardiac Failure
  • 16 Cardiotoxic Plants
  • 17 Caseous Lymphadenitis
  • 18 Castor Bean Toxicity
  • 19 Castration/Vasectomy: Bovine
  • 20 Castration/Vasectomy: Camelid
  • 21 Castration/Vasectomy: Small Ruminant
  • 22 Caudal Vena Caval Thrombosis Syndrome
  • 23 Cecal Dilation and Volvulus
  • 24 Cervidae: Captive Management
  • 25 Cervidae: Capture Myopathy
  • 26 Cervidae: Chronic Wasting Disease
  • 27 Cervidae: Game Park Management, Facilities
  • 28 Cervidae Mortality
  • 29 Cervidae: Reproduction
  • 30 Cesarean Section: Bovine
  • 31 Cesarean Section: Camelid
  • 32 Cesarean Section: Small Ruminant
  • 33 Chlamydiosis
  • 34 Clostridial Disease: Gastrointestinal
  • 35 Clostridial Disease: Muscular
  • 36 Clostridial Disease: Nervous System
  • 37 Coccidioidomycosis
  • 38 Coccidiosis
  • 39 Coenurosis
  • 40 Colic: Bovine
  • 41 Colic: Small Ruminant
  • 42 Congenital Defects: Bovine
  • 43 Congenital Defects: Camelid
  • 44 Congenital Defects: Small Ruminant
  • 45 Congenital Ocular Disorders
  • 46 Contagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia
  • 47 Contagious Caprine Pleuropneumonia
  • 48 Copper Deficiency and Toxicity
  • 49 Corkscrew Claw
  • 50 Corneal Disorders
  • 51 Coronavirus
  • 52 Cowpox
  • 53 Cryptococcosis
  • 54 Cryptosporidiosis
  • 55 Cyanide Toxicosis
  • Section D
  • 1 Death Camas
  • 2 Dermatophilosis
  • 3 Dermatophytosis
  • 4 Diarrheal Diseases: Bovine
  • 5 Diarrheal Diseases: Camelid
  • 6 Diarrheal Diseases: Small Ruminant
  • 7 Displaced Abomasum
  • 8 Disseminated Intravascular Coagulopathy
  • 9 Down Bovine
  • 10 Down Camelid
  • 11 Down Small Ruminant
  • 12 Drug Hypersensitivities
  • 13 Drug Interactions
  • 14 Drug Toxicities
  • 15 Dystocia: Bovine
  • 16 Dystocia: Camelid
  • 17 Dystocia: Small Ruminant
  • Section E
  • 1 Echinococcosis
  • 2 Embryo Transfer: Bovine
  • 3 Embryo Transfer: Camelid
  • 4 Embryo Transfer: Small Ruminant
  • 5 Emesis
  • 6 Endocrine Disorders
  • 7 Endometritis
  • 8 Enzootic Ataxia
  • 9 Enzootic Pneumonia of Calves
  • 10 Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease Virus
  • 11 Erythrocytosis (Polycythemia)
  • 12 Escherichia coli
  • 13 Esophageal Disorders
  • 14 Estrus Synchronization: Bovine
  • 15 Estrus Synchronization: Small Ruminant
  • Section F
  • 1 Failure of Passive Transfer
  • 2 Fatty Liver
  • 3 Fescue Toxicity
  • 4 Floppy Kid Syndrome
  • 5 Fluid Therapy: Intravenous
  • 6 Fluid Therapy: Oral
  • 7 Fluoride Toxicity
  • 8 Foot and Mouth Disease
  • 9 Foot Rot: Bovine
  • 10 Foot Rot: Small Ruminant
  • 11 Freemartinism
  • 12 Frostbite
  • 13 Fungal Tremorgens
  • Section G
  • 1 Gossypol Toxicosis
  • 2 Grass Tetany/Hypomagnesemia
  • 3 Grayanotoxin
  • Section H
  • 1 Haemonchosis
  • 2 Heartwater (Cowdriosis)
  • 3 Heat Stress
  • 4 Heavy Metal Toxicosis
  • 5 Hemorrhagic Bowel Syndrome
  • 6 Hemotropic Mycoplasmas (Formerly Eperythrozoonosis)
  • 7 Hereditary Chondrodysplasia: Ovine
  • 8 Histophilus somni Complex
  • 9 Hydrometra
  • 10 Hydrops
  • 11 Hypocalcemia: Bovine
  • 12 Hypocalcemia: Small Ruminant
  • Section I
  • 1 Indigestion
  • 2 Induction of Parturition
  • 3 Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis
  • 4 Infectious Necrotic Hepatitis
  • 5 Infectious Pustular Vulvovaginitis
  • 6 Infertility and Subfertility Issues
  • 7 Injection Site Lesions
  • 8 Iodine Deficiency and Toxicity
  • Section J
  • 1 Jimsonweed Toxicity (Datura stramonium)
  • 2 Johnes Disease
  • 3 Juvenile Llama Immunodeficiency Syndrome
  • Section K
  • 1 Ketosis: Dairy Cattle
  • Section L
  • 1 Lactation Failure (Dysgalactia, Agalactia, Hypogalactia)
  • 2 Lameness: Bovine
  • 3 Lameness: Camelid
  • 4 Lameness: Small Ruminant
  • 5 Laminitis in Cattle
  • 6 Lantana Toxicosis
  • 7 Lead Toxicosis
  • 8 Leptospirosis
  • 9 Leukocyte Responses in Cattle
  • 10 Lightning Strike
  • 11 Listeriosis
  • 12 Liver Abscesses
  • 13 Liver Flukes
  • 14 Low-Fat Milk Syndrome
  • 15 Lumpy Skin Disease
  • 16 Lupine Toxicity
  • 17 Lymphocytosis
  • 18 Lymphosarcoma
  • Section M
  • 1 Maedi-Visna (Ovine Progressive Pneumonia)
  • 2 Malignant Catarrhal Fever
  • 3 Management of Gunshot Wounds
  • 4 Mastitis: Camelids
  • 5 Mastitis: Coliform
  • 6 Mastitis: Fungal
  • 7 Mastitis: Minor Bacteria
  • 8 Mastitis: Mycoplasmal
  • 9 Mastitis: No Growth
  • 10 Mastitis: Small Ruminant
  • 11 Mastitis: Staphylococcal
  • 12 Mastitis: Streptococcal
  • 13 Melioidosis
  • 14 Metaldehyde Toxicosis
  • 15 Metritis
  • 16 Milk Vein Rupture
  • 17 Milkweed (Asclepias spp.) Toxicosis
  • 18 Molybdenum Toxicity
  • 19 Monensin Toxicity
  • 20 Mycoplasma bovis Associated Diseases
  • 21 Mycotoxins
  • Section N
  • 1 Nairobi Sheep Disease
  • 2 Nematodirosis
  • 3 Neonatal Diarrhea
  • 4 Neonatal Septic Arthritis
  • 5 Neonatology: Beef
  • 6 Neonatology: Camelid
  • 7 Neonatology: Caprine
  • 8 Neosporosis
  • 9 Nightshade (Solanum spp.) Toxicosis
  • 10 Nitrate and Nitrite Toxicosis
  • 11 Nutrition and Metabolic Diseases: Beef
  • 12 Nutrition and Metabolic Diseases: Cervidae
  • 13 Nutrition and Metabolic Diseases: Dairy
  • 14 Nutrition and Metabolic Diseases: Small Ruminant
  • 15 Nutrition and Metabolic Diseases: Water Buffalo
  • Section O
  • 1 Oak (Quercus spp.) Toxicity
  • 2 Oestrus ovis Infestation
  • 3 Oleander and Cardiotoxic Plant Toxicity
  • 4 Oral Disorders
  • 5 Orchitis and Epididymitis
  • 6 Orf (Contagious Ecthyma)
  • 7 Organophosphate Toxicity
  • 8 Osteochondrosis
  • 9 Ostertagiasis
  • 10 Otitis MediaInterna
  • 11 Ovarian Cystic Degeneration
  • 12 Ovarian Hypoplasia, Bursal Disease, Salpingitis
  • 13 Ovine Encephalomyelitis (Louping Ill)
  • 14 Ovine Pulmonary Adenocarcinoma
  • 15 Oxalate Toxicity
  • Section P
  • 1 Parainfluenza-3 Virus
  • 2 Parasite Control Programs: Beef
  • 3 Parasite Control Programs: Camelid
  • 4 Parasite control Programs: Dairy
  • 5 Parasite Control Programs: Small Ruminant
  • 6 Parasitic Pneumonia
  • 7 Parasitic Skin Diseases: Bovine
  • 8 Parasitic Skin Diseases: Camelid
  • 9 Parasitic Skin Diseases: Small Ruminant
  • 10 Parelaphostrongylus tenuis (Meningeal Worm)
  • 11 Parenteral Nutrition
  • 12 Penile Disorders
  • 13 Penile Hematoma
  • 14 Pericarditis
  • 15 Perinatal Lamb Mortality
  • 16 Peste des Petits Ruminants
  • 17 Petroleum Product Poisoning
  • 18 Phenoxyl Toxicity
  • 19 Phosphorus Deficiency/Excess
  • 20 Photosensitization
  • 21 Pine Needle Toxicity
  • 22 Plants Producing Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
  • 23 Poison Hemlock (Conium spp.) Toxicity
  • 24 Polyarthritis
  • 25 Postpartum Disorders
  • 26 Postparturient Hemoglobinuria
  • 27 Postparturient Paresis (Hypocalcemia)
  • 28 Precocious Udder
  • 29 Pregnancy Diagnosis: Bovine
  • 30 Pregnancy Diagnosis: Camelid
  • 31 Pregnancy Diagnosis: Small Ruminant
  • 32 Pregnancy Toxemia: Bovine
  • 33 Pregnancy Toxemia: Camelid
  • 34 Pregnancy Toxemia: Small Ruminant
  • 35 Prolonged Pregnancy
  • 36 Protein Nutrition
  • 37 Pseudocowpox
  • 38 Pseudorabies
  • 39 Pyelonephritis
  • 40 Pyometra
  • 41 Pyrrolizidine Alkaloids
  • Section Q
  • 1 Q Fever (Coxiellosis)
  • Section R
  • 1 Rabies
  • 2 Rectal Prolapse
  • 3 Reindeer Management: Overview
  • 4 Reindeer Management: Population Dynamics
  • 5 Repeat Breeder Management
  • 6 Reproductive Pharmacology
  • 7 Reproductive Prolapse
  • 8 Reproductive Tumors
  • 9 Respiratory Disease: Bovine
  • 10 Respiratory Disease: Camelid
  • 11 Respiratory Disease: Small Ruminant
  • 12 Retained placenta
  • 13 Rift Valley Fever
  • 14 Ringwomb
  • 15 Rodenticide Toxicity
  • 16 Rotavirus
  • 17 Rumen Dysfunction: Alkalosis
  • 18 Ruminal Acidosis
  • 19 Ryegrass Staggers (Perennial, Lolitrem B)
  • Section S
  • 1 Salmonellosis
  • 2 Sarcocystosis
  • 3 Schmallenberg Virus
  • 4 Scrapie
  • 5 Segmental Aplasia of the Reproductive Tract
  • 6 Selenium Toxicity
  • 7 Selenium/Vitamin E Deficiency
  • 8 Seminal Vesiculitis
  • 9 Senna Species
  • 10 Sheep and Goat Pox
  • 11 Small Ruminant Dermatology
  • 12 Snakebite
  • 13 Sodium Disorders: Hypernatremia
  • 14 Sodium Disorders: Hyponatremia
  • 15 Sole Lesions in Dairy Cattle
  • 16 Squamous Cell Carcinoma
  • 17 St. Johns Wort Toxicity
  • 18 Starvation
  • 19 Strongyloidiasis
  • 20 Strychnine Poisoning
  • 21 Sulfur Toxicity
  • 22 Sweet Clover Poisoning
  • 23 Sweet Potato Poisoning
  • Section T
  • 1 Teaser Preparation
  • 2 Teat Lacerations
  • 3 Teat Lesions
  • 4 Teratogens
  • 5 Testicular Disorders: Bovine
  • 6 Testicular Disorders: Camelid
  • 7 Testicular Disorders: Small Ruminant
  • 8 Thelaziasis
  • 9 Tick Paralysis
  • 10 Tobacco Toxicosis
  • 11 Tongue Trauma
  • 12 Toxicology: Herd Outbreaks
  • 13 Tracheal Edema ("Honker") Syndrome
  • 14 Traumatic Reticuloperitonitis
  • 15 Tremetol: White Snakeroot and Rayless Goldenrod
  • 16 Trichomoniasis
  • 17 Trypanosomiasis
  • 18 Tuberculosis: Bovine
  • Section U
  • 1 Ulcerative Posthitis and Vulvitis
  • 2 Ultrasonography: Mammary
  • 3 Umbilical Disorders
  • 4 Urea Toxicity
  • 5 Ureaplasma
  • 6 Urolithiasis
  • 7 Uterine Anomalies
  • 8 Uterine Artery Rupture
  • 9 Uterine Prolapse
  • 10 Uterine Torsion: Bovine
  • 11 Uterine Torsion: Camelid
  • 12 Uterine Torsion: Small Ruminant
  • Section V
  • 1 Vaccination Programs: Beef Cattle
  • 2 Vaccination Programs: Camelid
  • 3 Vaccination Programs: Cervidae
  • 4 Vaccination Programs: Dairy Cattle
  • 5 Vaccination Programs: Small Ruminant
  • 6 Vagal Indigestion
  • 7 Vaginitis
  • 8 Vesicular Stomatitis
  • 9 Vitamin A Deficiency/Toxicosis
  • 10 Vitamin B Deficiency
  • 11 Vitamin D Deficiency/Toxicosis
  • 12 Vomitoxin
  • 13 Vulvitis
  • Section W
  • 1 Water Buffalo Diseases
  • 2 Water Buffalo Management
  • 3 Water Buffalo Parasite Issues
  • 4 Water Buffalo: Reproduction
  • 5 Water Hemlock
  • 6 Water Quality Issues
  • 7 Weight Loss: Bovine
  • 8 Weight Loss: Camelid
  • 9 Weight Loss: Small Ruminant
  • 10 Wesselsbron Disease
  • 11 Winter Dysentery
  • 12 Wool Rot
  • 13 Wound Management
  • Section Y
  • 1 Yak Management and Disease
  • 2 Yak Reproduction
  • 3 Yew Toxicity
  • Section Z
  • 1 Zinc Deficiency and Toxicity
  • Appendices
  • Appendix 1: Client Communication
  • Appendix 2: Euthanasia and Disposal
  • Appendix 3: Medical Waste Management: Expired Drugs
  • Appendix 4: Physical Examination: Bovine
  • Appendix 5: Physical Examination: Camelid
  • Appendix 6: Physical Examination: Small Ruminant
  • Index
  • EULA

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