Pascoe's Principles and Practice of Equine Dermatology E-Book

 
 
Saunders Ltd. (Verlag)
  • 2. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 24. Juni 2009
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  • 520 Seiten
 
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978-0-7020-4251-5 (ISBN)
 
Professor Knottenbelt's approach is clear, authoritative and based on many years experience in treating equine dermatological conditions. The book presents over 650 photographs, most of them new and unique to this edition, and the accompanying CD-ROM offers an image library with over 300 extra illustrations. The new edition is designed as a fully practical, highly illustrated guide to skin diseases in the horse. It emphasizes how to obtain an accurate differential diagnosis and arrive at correct decisions for the appropriate treatment of a condition. The book includes the full range of skin diseases and conditions commonly encountered in equine practice. Rarer disorders and those with a limited geographical distribution are also reviewed, and there are separate chapters on diseases of the hoof, skin wounds, neoplastic diseases and the various dermatologic syndromes that are encountered in the horse.
  • A practical guide emphasizing how to distinguish conditions of similar appearance but different implication for diagnosis, management, and prognosis.
  • A unique ready reckoner (key points chart) is included in each disorder to allow rapid summary information acquisition and use for practitioners and students at all levels.
  • Offers expert guidance with algorithms for decision making and treatment choices and considers syndromes as well as the diseases involved in the differential diagnosis and investigation.
  • Focuses on commonly encountered skin diseases but includes rarer disorders.
  • Covers skin conditions of the horse occurring worldwide.
  • An extensive unique section on neoplastic disease is included.
  • Includes discussion of hoof disorders and skin wounds.
  • Superbly illustrated with over 650 full-colour figures.
  • Contains CD-ROM with image library offering over 300 extra illustrations.
  • fully updated through-out
  • includes new colour illustrations
  • Englisch
  • London
Elsevier Health Sciences
  • 59,62 MB
978-0-7020-4251-5 (9780702042515)
070204251X (070204251X)
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  • Front cover
  • Pascoe's principles and practice of equine dermatology
  • Copyright page
  • Instructions for online access
  • Contents
  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgements
  • Dedication
  • 'Key point' codes
  • PART I: Basic principles of equine dermatology
  • Chapter 1 Introduction
  • Normal equine skin
  • Skin and hair alterations in disease states
  • Inflammation
  • The acute inflammatory response
  • Chronic inflammation
  • Mechanisms for immunologically mediated skin disease
  • Coombs sensitivity reactions
  • Immune-mediated skin reactions
  • Autoimmune disease
  • Pathological description of skin responses
  • Clinical terms for specific types of lesions seen in the horse
  • Basic histopathology
  • References
  • Further reading
  • Chapter 2 The approach to the equine dermatological case
  • History taking (anamnesis)
  • The clinical (physical) examination
  • The problem list
  • Differential diagnosis
  • Investigative tests (see Chapter 3)
  • Diagnostic confirmation
  • Recording the findings
  • Evidence-based medicine
  • Chapter 3 Diagnostic/investigative procedures
  • Arthropods that cause equine dermatoses
  • Mites
  • Ticks
  • Flies
  • Biting flies
  • Surface-feeding flies ('nuisance flies' or 'sweat flies')
  • Myiasis flies
  • Lice
  • Fleas
  • Nematode parasites causing skin disease
  • Samples for dermatological investigations
  • Groomings
  • Hair sampling
  • Trichogram
  • Skin scrapings
  • Swabs/scrapings for culture
  • Acetate (clear, adhesive) tape preparation
  • Tissue biopsy
  • Specialized/other diagnostic techniques
  • Wood's lamp
  • Restriction/provocation tests
  • Immunofluorescence
  • Immunocytochemistry
  • Antinuclear antibody (ANA) testing
  • Allergy testing
  • References
  • Chapter 4 Principles of dermatological therapeutics
  • Anti-infective pharmaceuticals used in dermatology
  • Principles of antibiotic therapy in skin disease - the use of antimicrobials in wound management and skin disease
  • Antifungal agents
  • Ectoparasiticides
  • Corticosteroids
  • Corticosteroid-like drugs
  • Antihistamines
  • Dermatological shampoos/washes
  • Insect control and management
  • Principles of immunotherapy in dermatology
  • Principles of dermatological chemotherapy and cancer medicine
  • Cytotoxic/antimitotic therapy
  • Dermatological radiotherapy
  • Principles of surgical treatment of skin disease
  • Electrochemotherapy (ECT)
  • Photodynamic therapy (PDT)
  • Gene therapy
  • References
  • PART II: Disease profiles
  • Section A: Infectious disorders
  • Chapter 5 Viral diseases
  • Horse pox (vaccinia)
  • Molluscum contagiosum
  • Vesicular stomatitis (red nose
  • sore nose)
  • Equine viral arteritis (EVA)
  • Equine viral papular dermatosis (Uasin Gishu disease)
  • Congenital papillomatosis (neonatal wart/epidermal naevus)
  • Viral papillomatosis
  • Pinnal acanthosis (hyperplastic aural dermatitis/aural plaques/fungal plaque)
  • Equine coital exanthema
  • Sarcoid
  • References
  • Chapter 6 Bacterial diseases
  • Abscess
  • Cheek abscess
  • Bacterial folliculitis and furunculosis (acne/superficial pyoderma)
  • Bacterial granuloma (botryomycosis/staphylococcal pseudomycetoma/deep pyoderma)
  • Staphylococcal dermatitis
  • Streptococcal dermatitis/folliculitis
  • Pastern folliculitis
  • Ulcerative lymphangitis
  • Dermatophilosis (rain scald/mud fever/rain rot)
  • Glanders ('farcy')
  • Clostridial myo/dermonecrosis/malignant oedema/gas gangrene
  • Dry gangrene
  • References
  • Chapter 7 Fungal diseases
  • Trichophytosis
  • Microsporosis
  • Malassezia dermatitis
  • Alternariasis
  • Phaeohyphomycosis
  • Mycetoma
  • Sporotrichosis
  • Histoplasmosis (epizootic lymphangitis)
  • Cryptococcosis (European blastomycosis/torulosis)
  • Fungal granuloma/pythiosis (phycomycosis/basidiobolomycosis/bursatti)
  • References
  • Chapter 8 Protozoal diseases
  • Besnoitiosis (globidiosis/elephant skin disease)
  • Leishmaniasis
  • Dourine (Trypanosoma equiperdum)
  • References
  • Chapter 9 Metazoan/parasitic diseases
  • Chorioptic mange (leg and tail mange)
  • Psoroptic mange
  • Sarcoptic mange
  • Demodectic mange (demodicosis)
  • Trombiculidiasis (scrub itch/chigger/harvest mite infestation)
  • Poultry (red) mite (Dermanyssus gallinae)
  • Fleas (stickfast or stick-tight fleas)
  • Culicoides/mosquito irritation
  • Ventral midline dermatitis
  • Gasterophilus spp. (bot fly) infestation
  • Hypodermiasis (warble fly infestation)
  • Insect bites or stings
  • Myiasis (calliphorine and screw-worm myiasis)
  • Pediculosis (louse infestation)
  • Habronemiasis (summer sores/bursatti/kunkurs/swamp cancer)
  • Parasitic/verminous dermatitis
  • Onchocercal dermatitis (onchocerciasis/microfilariasis)
  • Oxyuriasis (pinworm) infestation
  • Snake envenomation (zootoxicosis)
  • References
  • Section B: Non-infectious disorders
  • Chapter 10 Congenital/developmental diseases
  • Primary skin disorders in newborn foals
  • Epitheliogenesis imperfecta (aplasia cutis
  • cutaneous agenesis)
  • Epidermolysis bullosa
  • Generalized primary seborrhoea
  • Congenital curly coat syndrome
  • Albinism/lethal white foal syndrome
  • Lavender foal syndrome
  • Fell pony immunocompromise disorder
  • Congenital equine cutaneous mastocytosis
  • Congenital vascular hamartoma/cavernous haemangioma
  • Secondary skin disorders in newborn foals
  • Congenital hypothyroidism
  • Ulcerative dermatitis, thrombocytopenia and neutropenia syndrome
  • Primary congenital/hereditary conditions in older foals and adults
  • Linear keratosis/linear alopecia
  • Epidermal naevus
  • Hereditary equine regional dermal asthenia (HERDA
  • hyperelastosis cutis/cutaneous asthenia/Ehlers-Danlos syndrome/dermatosparaxis)
  • Hypotrichosis/mane and tail dystrophy (follicular dysplasia)
  • Appaloosa parentage syndrome
  • Arabian fading syndrome (pinky Arab syndrome)
  • Dentigerous cyst
  • Dermoid cyst
  • Epidermoid cyst (atheroma)
  • Calcinosis circumscripta
  • Distichiasis/trichiasis
  • References
  • Chapter 11 Immune-mediated/allergic diseases
  • Urticaria and angio-oedema ('hives')
  • Atopy
  • Food hypersensitivity/allergy
  • The pemphigus complex
  • Pemphigus foliaceus
  • Pemphigus vulgaris (EPV) and bullous pemphigoid (BP)
  • Equine cutaneous (discoid) lupus erythematosus
  • Immune-mediated (cutaneous) vasculitis
  • Pastern (and cannon) leukocytoclastic vasculitis
  • Purpura haemorrhagica (immune-mediated vasculitis)
  • Equine nodular eosinophilic vasculitis and arteritis
  • Systemic/cutaneous lupus erythematosus-like syndrome (SLE-like syndrome)
  • Alopecia areata
  • Sarcoidosis (generalized granulomatous disease)
  • Multisystemic eosinophilic epitheliotropic disease/generalized eosinophilic disorder (hyper-eosininophilic syndrome)
  • Equine erythema multiforme
  • Equine insect bite hypersensitivity/allergy (summer itch/insect dermatitis, sweet itch, Queensland itch)
  • Contact hypersensitivity
  • Drug eruption (cutaneous adverse drug reaction)
  • Lymphoedema
  • Sterile, nodular panniculitis/steatitis
  • Axillary nodular necrosis
  • Eosinophilic dermatitis with collagen necrosis/eosinophilic granuloma/collagenolytic granuloma
  • Primary seborrhoea
  • Amyloidosis
  • References
  • Chapter 12 Chemical, toxic and physical dermatoses
  • Chemical trauma
  • Skin scalding (diarrhoea/urine or wound exudate)
  • Actinic dermatoses
  • Plant poisoning (leucaenosis/mimosine toxicity)
  • Selenium poisoning ('bob-tail' disease)
  • Arsenic poisoning (chronic)
  • Mercury poisoning
  • Ergot (ergopeptine) alkaloid poisoning
  • Traumatic skin injuries
  • Exuberant granulation tissue (proud flesh)
  • Burn/thermal/scald injuries
  • Pressure necrosis, rope/wire burns/bandage necrosis
  • Scar
  • Bursitis
  • References
  • Chapter 13 Endocrine disorders
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction (PPID
  • equine Cushing's disease)
  • References
  • Chapter 14 Nutritional disorders
  • Iodine poisoning (iodism)
  • References
  • Chapter 15 Neurological disorders
  • Psychogenic self-mutilation
  • Neurological self-mutilation and secondary dermatitis
  • Sweating
  • References
  • Chapter 16 Iatrogenic and idiopathic disorders
  • Vitiligo
  • Acquired persistent leukoderma/leukotrichia
  • Transient trauma-related pigmentary loss
  • Clipper rash
  • Leukotrichia (tiger-stripe, variegated leukotrichia, reticulated leukotrichia)
  • Hyperaesthetic leuko(melano)trichia
  • Unilateral papular dermatosis
  • Anhidrosis
  • Mane and tail seborrhoea
  • Anagen defluxion and telogen effluvium
  • Idiopathic seasonal alopecia
  • Idiopathic regional pigment-related follicular dysplasia syndrome
  • Idiopathic pastern dermatitis
  • Idiopathic dorsal hock and palmar carpal dermatosis ('mallenders and sallenders')
  • Verrucose pastern and cannon dermatopathy ('greasy heel' syndrome)
  • Choristoma/hamartoma
  • Intermammary intertrigo/irritation
  • References
  • Chapter 17 Injuries and diseases of the hoof
  • Genetic defects of the hoof
  • Coronary band (dysplasia) dystrophy
  • Coronitis
  • Wall/toe/quarter/heel/vertical or transverse hoof wall cracks
  • Coronary band injuries (wire and overreach wounds)
  • Puncture wounds of the sole
  • Haematoma of heels
  • Sole bruising and haematoma
  • Wall break-back
  • Hoof wall rings/laminitis
  • Canker
  • Thrush
  • Lateral cartilage necrosis (quittor)
  • Seedy toe/white line disease
  • Corns
  • Tumours of the foot
  • Reference
  • Chapter 18 Neoplastic conditions
  • Equine sarcoid
  • Fibroma and fibrosarcoma
  • Neurofibroma (schwannoma, neurolemmoma, neurinoma, nerve sheath tumour/perineural fibroblastoma)
  • Basal cell carcinoma
  • Mastocytoma (equine cutaneous mastocytosis/mast cell tumour)
  • Haemangioma and haemangiosarcoma
  • Malignant fibrous histiocytoma (extraskeletal giant cell tumour)
  • Leiomyoma-sarcoma
  • Lipoma (liposarcoma)
  • Lymphangioma
  • Cutaneous lymphoma
  • Cutaneous histiocytic lymphosarcoma/lymphoma
  • Mycosis fungoides (malignant cutaneous lymphosarcoma)
  • Melanoma and melanosarcoma
  • Ossifying fibroma (equine juvenile ossifying fibroma)
  • Squamous cell carcinoma
  • Sebaceous gland tumour/carcinoma
  • Sweat gland tumour
  • Trichoepithelioma
  • Fibroma of frog and sole
  • Keratoma
  • Generalized (non-epitheliotropic/multicentric) lymphosarcoma
  • References
  • PART III: Syndromes in equine dermatology
  • Chapter 19 Syndromes in equine dermatology
  • Pruritus (the itchy horse)
  • Alterations in hair quality and quantity (hair follicle disorders and alopecia)
  • Cutaneous nodules (the 'lumpy' horse)
  • Scaling and flaking (dry dermatoses/seborrhoea) syndrome (the 'scaly' horse)
  • Weeping and seeping/crusting (wet) dermatoses (the 'eczematous' horse)
  • Alteration in pigmentation
  • Pastern dermatitis syndrome
  • Coronary band disease (coronitis syndrome)
  • Hoof syndromes
  • References
  • Index
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E
  • F
  • G
  • H
  • I
  • J
  • K
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