Infectious Diseases of Dromedary Camels

A Concise Guide
 
 
Springer (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 16. November 2021
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  • XXV, 310 Seiten
 
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This book serves as a comprehensive yet concise reference guide reviewing the latest knowledge on bacterial, viral, fungal and parasitic infectious diseases of old world dromedary camels. Pathogen etiology, clinical manifestations and diagnostic techniques are provided for each pathogen and disease prevention and treatment strategies are discussed.

Despite a steady increase in camel husbandry worldwide, the pathologies of camel diseases are still relatively under investigated in comparison to other livestock and companion animals. With an ongoing worldwide prevalence increase, infectious diseases are a constant threat to animal and human health. In recent years dromedary camels have become a focus of increasing public health interest since they have been considered the direct source of zoonotic transmission of MERS-CoV to humans. Along these lines, the book covers topics related to zoonotic infections associated with camels.

This book offers a valuable source of information for veterinary clinicians, researchers, graduate students, veterinary technicians and interested laymen.

1st ed. 2021
  • Englisch
  • Cham
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  • Schweiz
Springer International Publishing
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  • 55 farbige Abbildungen, 20 farbige Tabellen, 8 s/w Abbildungen
  • 9,47 MB
978-3-030-79389-0 (9783030793890)
10.1007/978-3-030-79389-0
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Professor Abdelmalik I. Khalafalla obtained his PhD from the University of Khartoum, Sudan in 1997, and received post-doctoral training at the Federal Research Center for Virus Diseases of Animals in Tuebingen, Germany, April 2001 - January 2003. He is currently Microbiology Specialist at the Division of Veterinary Laboratories, Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority, UAE. He is actively involved in laboratory diagnosis of virus infections in farm animals in UAE. He worked as Head of the Camel Research and Development Program at the Arab Centre for the Studies of the Arid Zones and Dry lands (ACSAD) during 2009 and 2012 and Head of the Microbiology Department, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Khartoum in 2004 and the Director of the Camel Research Center in 2007. He served as the president of the International Society for Camelid Research and Development (ISOCARD) from 2012 to 2015. He published over 90 research articles, reviews and book chapters.

Prof. Khalafalla is an expert on infections affecting dromedary camels and serves as a consultant on camelid diseases for the World Animal Health Organization (OIE). He is a member of national and international professional societies and serves on the editorial board of some scientific journals, as well as being an invited reviewer for many journals from related fields. He is an external scientific reviewer for national and international organizations and serves as a scientific consultant for camel diseases and development.


Chapter 1: Evolution, distribution, and economic importance of the camels

Part I Viral Diseases of Dromedary Camels

Chapter 2: Camel pox
Chapter 3: Camel Contagious Ecthyma
Chapter 4: Camel papillomatosis
Chapter 5: Rabies
Chapter 6: Peste des petits ruminants (PPR)
Chapter 7: Rift Valley Fever
Chapter 8: MERS-CoV infection
Chapter 9: Camel prion disease (CPrD)

Part II Bacterial Diseases of Dromedary Camels

Chapter 10: Anthrax
Chapter 11: Botulism
Chapter 12: Brucellosis (Brucella abortus and Br. meletensis)
Chapter 13: Caseous Lymphadenitis (Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis)
Chapter 14: Chlamydiosis (Chlamydophila abortus)
Chapter 15: Clostridial Enterotoxaemia
Chapter 16: Colibacillosis
Chapter 17: Contagious Skin Necrosis (CSN)
Chapter 18: Coxiellosis (Q-Fever) (Coxiella burnetii Infection)
Chapter 19: Dermatophilosis (Dermatophilus congolensis)
Chapter 20: Endotoxicosis in Camels (Hemorrhagic disease; Hemorrhagic Diathesis; Bodus cereus Intoxication)
Chapter 21: Burkholderiosis (Glander's Disease)
Chapter 22: Leptospirosis (Weil's Disease)
Chapter 23: Listeriosis (Circling Disease)
Chapter 24: Mastitis
Chapter 25: Melioidosis (Whitmore Disease; Burkholderia pseudomallei Infection)
Chapter 26: Mycoplasmosis
Chapter 27: Paratuberculosis (Johne's Disease)
Chapter 28: Pasteurellosis (Hemorrhagic Septicemia)
Chapter 29: Rickettsial Diseases
Chapter 30: Salmonellosis
Chapter 31: Tetanus (Clostridium tetani)
Chapter 32: Tuberculosis
Chapter 33: Yersinia pestis (Camel Plague)

Part III Fungal Diseases of Dromedary Camels

Chapter 34: Ringworm (Dermatomycosis)
Chapter 35: Aspergillosis
Chapter 36: Candidiosis (Moniliasis)
Chapter 37: Cryptococcosis

Part IV Ectoparasitic Diseases of Dromedary Camels

Chapter 38: Mange Mite Infestation (Sarcoptes, Demodex, Psoroptes and Chorioptes)
Chapter 39: Tick Infestation
Chapter 40: Fly infestation (Myiasis)
Chapter 41: Louse and Flea Infestations

Part V Endoparasitic Diseases of Dromedary Camels

Chapter 42: Gastrointestinal Helminths (Haemonchosis)
Chapter 43: Extra-intestinal Helminths
Chapter 44: Gastrointestinal and Tissue Protozoa
Chapter 45: Endoparasitic arthropds

Part VI Blood Parasites of Dromedary Camels

Chapter 46: Trypanosomosis
Chapter 47: Tick-borne Diseases

Part VII Multi-factorial Diseases of Dromedary Camels

Chapter 48: The Respiratory Disease
Chapter 49: Neonatal Diarrhea

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