Atlas of ear diseases of the dog and cat by Sue Paterson

By Sue Paterson

Bringing jointly a wealth of pictures of ordinary and diseased puppy and cat ears, this is often an indispensible diagnostic instrument for the small animal veterinary practitioner seeing ear circumstances usually. This absolutely illustrated atlas covers the anatomy of the canines and tom cat ear, diagnostic strategies, quite a number as a rule noticeable illnesses, and ear surgical procedure.

Atlas of Ear ailments of the puppy and Cat is the most whole photo references for this speedily increasing department of small animal drugs and surgical procedure. it really is a useful reduction for common practitioners, in addition to these specialising in dermatology, and serves as an efficient revision relief for veterinary scholars and people learning for extra skills in veterinary dermatology.

  • Includes over four hundred prime quality color medical photos and transparent line drawings
  • Images are followed by way of transparent explanatory textual content throughout
  • Enables veterinarians to check situations noticeable in perform with photographs provided to help diagnosis
  • Written through hugely certified expert veterinary dermatologist and veterinary health care professional

Content:
Chapter 1 Anatomy of the Ear (pages 1–21): Karen Tobias
Chapter 2 Diagnostic strategies (pages 23–36): Sue Paterson
Chapter three complex Diagnostic ideas (pages 37–49): Sue Paterson
Chapter four ailments of the Ear Pinna (pages 51–85): Sue Paterson
Chapter five stipulations of the Ear Canal (pages 87–106): Sue Paterson
Chapter 6 stipulations of the center Ear (pages 107–123): Sue Paterson
Chapter 7 illnesses of the interior Ear (pages 125–143): Karen Tobias
Chapter eight surgical procedure of the Ear (pages 145–165): Karen Tobias

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CT is based on exactly the same principals as radiography and produces a cross-sectional image of the body. The advantage over plain radiography is that the ear can be visualized without the problem of superimposition of other structures. CT images are usually acquired in the transverse plane using thin contiguous slices. Animals need to be heavily sedated or anaesthetized for imaging (Fig. 19 DV radiograph showing contrast medium to outline canals. 20) and are generally placed in sternal recumbency with their head supported in a padded trough to prevent rotation of the head and facilitate a symmetrical image (Fig.

In hair loss through endocrine disease the tip remains finely tapered (Fig. 17). Hair Shaft Dermatophyte ectothrix spores can be identified on the shafts of the hairs. Spores appear as small spherical structures in rows along the shaft. 17 Normal tapered hair tips. 18 Pigment clumping on hair shaft in colour mutant alopecia. 20 Demodex canis mites lined up along the hair shafts. 19 Follicular casts on hairs in demodicosis. 21 Bulbs of hairs showing telogen and anagen hairs. clumping of pigment along the shaft are typical of colour mutant alopecia follicular dysplasia (Fig.

Louse eggs can be seen attached to hair shafts, and follicular demodex can be identified parallel to deep hair shaft (Fig. 20). commonly seen in endocrine disease. Most hairs in normal dogs will be in this stage. • Anagen hairs have bent, club-shaped roots that are heavily pigmented. These are growing hairs and should be identified in samples from normal dogs. g. poodles, most hairs will be in this stage. Hair Bulbs Examination of the bulbs allows assessment of the stage of the growth cycle of each hair (Fig.

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