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Blackwell′s Five–Minute Veterinary Consult: Ruminant

Editat de Scott R. R. Haskell
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The most trusted and well–known quick–reference resource available to veterinarians, Blackwell s Five–Minute Veterinary Consult series includes this volume on ruminants.  Hundreds of top specialists provide coverage of 420 topics arranged alphabetically from A–Z for efficient searching, with each topic indicating the species affected. An accompanying CD includes an additional 175 topics covering management, husbandry, reproduction, and diagnostics.
Whether you re a student or a practicing veterinarian, this reference book will cut down on the time spent navigating through other resources, allowing you to study, diagnose and treat more quickly.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780781753258
ISBN-10: 0781753252
Pagini: 1048
Ilustrații: Illustrations
Dimensiuni: 221 x 279 x 44 mm
Greutate: 3.11 kg
Editura: Wiley
Locul publicării: Hoboken, United States

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Veterinary students & practicing veterinarians.

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Blackwell s Five–Minute Veterinary Consult series, the most trusted and well–known quick–reference resource available to veterinarians, now includes this new volume on ruminants. Hundreds of top specialists provide coverage of 420 topics arranged alphabetically from A–Z for efficient searching. An accompanying CD includes additional topics covering management, husbandry, and diagnostics.
Whether you re a student or a practicing veterinarian this reference book will cut down on the time spent navigating through other resources, allowing you to study, diagnose and treat more quickly.

Cuprins

Abomasal Emptying Defect (AED) in Sheep 2 Abomasal Impaction 4
Abomasal Ulcers 6
Abortion 8
Abortion: Bacterial 10
Abortion: Farmed Cervidae 13
Abortion: Sheep and Goats 17
Abortion: Viral, Fungal, and Nutritional 20
Acidosis 23
Actinobacillosis 26
Actinomycosis: Lumpy Jaw 28
Acute Colic Abdominal Pain 30
Acute Renal Failure 34
Aesculus (Buckeye) Toxicosis 35
Agricultural Chemical Toxicities 36
Akabane 38
Alopecia 40
Analytical Testing 44
Anaphylaxis 48
Anaplasmosis 50
Anemia, Nonregenerative: Bovine 52
Anemia, Nonregenerative: Camelids 55
Anemia, Regenerative: Bovine 58
Anemia, Regenerative: Camelids 63
Anesthesia and Analgesia 66
Anestrus 70
Angular Limb Deformity 72
Anthrax 76
Arsenic Toxicosis 78
Arthrogryposis 80
Aspergillosis 83
Aspiration Pneumonia 84
Atypical Interstitial Pneumonia 86
Avocado Toxicosis 88
B Vitamins 89
Babesiosis 92
Bacillary Hemoglobinuria 95
Backgrounding Beef Calves 98
Bacterial Endocarditis 101
Bacterial Meningitis 104
Beef Bull Management 106
Berserk Male Syndrome/Aberrant Behavior Syndrome 108
Besnoitiosis 110
Black Locust Toxicity 112
Blindness 114
Bloat 116
Blue–Green Algae Poisoning 118
Bluetongue 120
Body Condition Score: Camelids and Camels 122
Border Disease 124
Borna Disease 126
Botulism 128
Bovine Ephemeral Fever 130
Bovine Lameness 132
Bovine Leukemia 135
Bovine Papular Stomatitis 138
Bovine Petechial Fever 139
Bovine Respiratory Disease Complex (BRD) 140
Bovine Respiratory Syncytial Virus 142
Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy 144
Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus 146
Bracken Fern Toxicity 150
Brassica spp. Toxicity 152
Breeding Soundness Examination and Infertility in Male Camelids 154
Breeding Soundness Exam: Beef Bull 158
Brucellosis 161
Burn Management 164
Cache Valley Virus 168
Calf Diphtheria 170
Calving–Related Disorders 172
Camelid Tooth Root Abscesses 176
Campylobacter 178
Candidiasis 180
Caprine Arthritis Encephalitis 182
Capture Myopathy 184
Carbamate Toxicity 186
Cardiomyopathy 188
Cardiotoxic Plants 190
Caseous Lymphadenitis (CLA) 193
Castor Bean Toxicity 196
Cecal Dilation and Volvulus 198
Cervidae Tuberculosis (Micobacterium bovis) 200
Cesarean Surgery: Indications 202
Chlamydiosis 204
Chronic Wasting Disease 207
Cicuta spp. (Water Hemlock) Toxicity 210
Circulatory Shock 212
Cleft Palate (Palatoschisis) 214
Clostridial Disease: GI 216
Clostridial Myositis 218
Club Lamb Disease 220
CNS: Brain Lesions 222
CNS: Nerve Lesions 226
CNS: Spinal Column and Cord Anomalies 228
Coccidioidomycosis 232
Coccidiosis 234
Coenurosis 236
Congestive Heart Failure 238
Conium spp. (Poison Hemlock) Toxicity 240
Contagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia 242
Contagious Caprine Pleuropneumonia 244
Copper Deficiency of Sheep and Goats 246
Copper Toxicity 250
Cor Pulmonale 253
Corkscrew Claw in Cattle 256
Corneal Ulceration 258
Coronavirus 260
Cowpox 264
Cryptococcosis 266
Cryptosporidiosis 268
Culling Strategies 270
Cutaneous Myiasis of Sheep and Goats 272
Cyanide Toxicosis 274
Dairy Buck Management 276
Dairy Bull Management 278
Dairy Goat Dermatology 280
Death Camas (Zygadenus) 282
Dermatologic Microbiology 283
Dermatophilosis 284
Dermatophytosis 286
Differential Diagnosis of Lumps and Swellings 288
Differential Diagnosis of Pruritus 290
Differential Diagnosis of Scaling and Crusting 293
Differential Diagnosis of Skin Diseases of the Udder 296
Digital (Papillomatous) Dermatitis 298
Displaced Abomasum 301
Disseminated Intravascular Coagulopathy (DIC) 304
Down Camelid 306
Downer Cow 308
Drug Interactions 310
Dystocia 312
Economics of Beef Cattle Reproductive Decisions 314
Ectropion 316
Edema, Peripheral 318
Embryo Cryopreservation 320
Emesis 322
Endometritis 324
Entropion 327
Enzootic Ataxia 330
Enzootic Pneumonia of Calves 332
Eperythrozoonosis 334
Escherichia coli 0157:H7, Challenges in Food Safety 336
Esophageal Disorders 338
Facial Eczema 341
Failure of Passive Transfer 344
Fascioliasis (Liver Fluke) 346
Fatty Liver 350
Fescue Toxicity 352
Floppy Kid Syndrome 354
Fluid Therapy 356
Fluoride Toxicity 360
Foot–and–Mouth Disease 362
Foot Rot in Cattle 365
Fractures and Luxations 368
Freemartinism 371
Frostbite 372
Fungal Tremorgens 374
Gastrointestinal Microbiology 376
Gastrointestinal Pharmacology 378
Gossypol Toxicosis 380
Grass Tetany/Hypomagnesemia 382
Haemonchosis 384
Haemophilus somnus Complex 388
Heartwater (Cowdriosis) 392
Heat Stress in South American Camelids 394
Heat Stress in Dairy Cattle 396
Heath Family: Grayanotoxin 398
Heavy Metal Toxicosis 400
Hemorrhagic Bowel Syndrome 403
Hepatitis (Fungal, Toxic, and Infectious) 406
Hereditary Chondrodysplasia: Ovine 408
High Mountain Disease 410
Horner s Syndrome 414
Hypocalcemia: Bovine 416
Hypocalcemia: Small Ruminant 420
Hypodermatosis 422
Hypothyroidism and Iodine Deficiency–Induced Hypothyroidism 425
Indigestion 428
Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis 430
Infectious Necrotic Hepatitis 434
Infectious Pustular Vulvovaginitis 436
Inhalation Pneumonia 438
Iodine Deficiency and Toxicity 440
Jimsonweed Toxicity (Datura stramonium) 442
Johne s Disease 444
Johne s Disease Small Ruminants and Exotics 446
Juvenile Llama Immunodeficiency Syndrome (JLIDS) 448
Keratoconjunctivitis/Conjunctivitis 450
Ketosis (Acetonemia Dairy Cattle) 454
Lactation Failure (Dysgalactia, Agalactia, Hypogalactia) 458
Lameness in Sheep 460
Laminitis in Cattle 462
Lantana Toxicosis 464
Laryngeal Obstruction 466
Lead Toxicosis 468
Leptospirosis 471
Leukocyte Responses in Cattle 474
Lightning Strike Sudden Death 478
Listeriosis 480
Liver Abscesses 482
Louping III 486
Low–Fat Milk Syndrome 488
Lumpy Skin Disease 490
Lupine Toxicity 492
Luxations 494
Lyme Borreliosis 496
Lymphocytosis 500
Lymphosarcoma 502
Maedi–Visna (Visna–Maedi) 505
Magnesium Deficiency/Excess 508
Malignant Catarrhal Fever 512
Mammary Gland Surgeries: Teat Amputation, Mastectomy 514
Mammary Gland: Ultrasound 516
Management of Gunshot Wounds 520
Mast Cell Tumors 522
Mastitis: Coliform 524
Mastitis: Fungal 526
Mastitis: Minor Bacteria 528
Mastitis: Mycoplasma 530
Mastitis: No Growth 534
Mastitis: Sheep and Goats 536
Mastitis: Staphylococcal 540
Mastitis: Streptococcal 542
Mastitis: Viral 546
Melanoma 548
Melioidosis 549
Metabolic Profiling 552
Metaldehyde Toxicosis 556
Metritis 558
Microphthalmia 560
Middle Uterine Artery Rupture 562
Milk Vein Rupture 563
Milkweed (Asclepias spp.) Toxicosis 564
Miscellaneous Conditions of the Hoof Wall 566
Mites of Sheep and Goats 568
Molybdenum Toxicity 570
Monensin Toxicity 572
Mucosal Disease 576
Mycoplasma Infections in Cattle 578
Mycotoxins 580
Myiasis 584
Myocarditis 586
Nairobi Sheep Disease 588
Nasal Anomalies 590
Necrotic Stomatitis 593
Nematodirus 596
Neonatal Diarrhea 598
Neonatal Septic Arthritis 602
Neonatology: Beef 604
Neonatology: Dairy 606
Neonatology: Dairy Goats 610
Neonatology: Lambs 612
Neospora 618
Nightshade (Solanum spp.) Toxicosis 620
Nitrate and Nitrite Toxicosis 621
Oak (Quercus spp.) Poisoning 624
Obstructive Urolithiasis 626
Ocular Treatments 629
Oestrus ovis Infestation 630
Oleander and Foxglove 632
Onchocerciasis 634
On–farm Pasteurization of Waste Milk 638
Orchitis and Epididymitis 640
Orf/Contagious Ecthyma 642
Osteochondrosis 644
Ostertagiosis 646
Otitis Media/Interna 649
Ovarian Cystic Degeneration 652
Ovarian Hypoplasia, Bursal Disease, Salpingitis 654
Ovine Progressive Pneumonia 656
Ovine Pulmonary Adenocarcinoma 658
Oxalate Toxicity 660
Papillomatosis 662
Parainfluenza–3 (PI–3) 664
Parasite Control on Dairies 666
Parasite Control Programs Small Ruminants 668
Parasitic Pneumonia 672
Parasitic Skin Diseases 674
Parelaphostrongylus tenuis: Cerebrospinal Nematodiasis 676
Patent Urachus 678
Pediculosis of Sheep and Goats 680
Penile Deviations 682
Penile Hematoma 683
Pericarditis 684
Perinatal Lamb Mortality 688
Periorbital Staphylococcal Dermatitis 692
Peste Des Petits Ruminants 694
Petroleum Product Poisoning 696
Pharmacology of Mastitis: Bovine 698
Phenoxyl Toxicity 702
Phosphorus Deficiency/Excess 704
Photodermatitis 708
Photosensitization 710
Pine Needle Toxicity 714
Plants Producing Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome 716
Pneumothorax 718
Polioencephalomalacia 720
Polyarthritis 722
Polycythemia 724
Posterior Vena Cava Thrombosis Syndrome 728
Postparturient Hemoglobinuria 730
Precocious Udder 732
Pregnancy Diagnosis in the Bovine 734
Pregnancy Toxemia: Sheep and Goats 736
Preputial Prolapse 739
Pseudocowpox 740
Pseudorabies 742
Pyelonephritis 744
Pyometra 746
Pyrrolizidine Alkaloids 747
Q Fever 750
Rabies 754
Radiation Toxicity 756
Rectal Prolapse 758
Rehydration Therapy: Oral 760
Reindeer Management: Overview 764
Reindeer Management: Population Dynamics 766
Renal Amyloidosis 768
Repeat Breeder Management 770
Reproductive Tumors 772
Respiratory Pharmacology 776
Retained Placenta 778
Rift Valley Fever 782
Rinderpest 784
Ringwomb 786
Rodenticide Toxicity: 1080 and 1081 788
Rodenticide Toxicity: Anticoagulants 790
Rodenticide Toxicity: ANTU 792
Rodenticide Toxicity: Bromethalin 793
Rodenticide Toxicity: Cholecalciferols 796
Rodenticide Toxicity: Zinc Phosphides 797
Rotavirus 798
Rumen Dysfunction: Alkalosis 800
Ruptured Prepubic Tendon 801
Ryegrass Staggers Lolitrem B 802
Salmonellosis 804
Salt 808
Sarcocystosis 810
Scrapie 812
Segmental Aplasia/Hypoplasia of the Wolffian Duct System 816
Selenium Toxicity 817
Self–Mutilation 820
Seminal Vesiculitis 822
Senna (Cassia spp.) 826
Sheep and Goat Pox 828
Sheep Keds 830
Silage Disease 832
Snakebite 834
Sole Lesions in Dairy Cattle 836
Squamous Cell Carcinoma 838
St. John′s Wort Toxicity 842
Starvation/Malnutrition 844
Stifle Injuries 846
Strongyloides 848
Strychnine Poisoning 851
Subcutaneous Emphysema 852
Sweet Clover Poisoning 854
Sweet Potato Toxicity 857
Teat Lacerations 858
Teat Lesions 860
Testicular Anomalies 862
Thelaziasis 865
Third Compartment Ulcers in South American Camelids 866
Tick Paralysis 868
Ticks Affecting Small Ruminants 870
Tobacco Toxicosis 872
Tongue Trauma 873
Toxic Gases 874
Toxoplasma Abortion 878
Tracheal Collapse 880
Tracheal Edema ( Honker ) Syndrome 882
Transfaunation 884
Traumatic Reticuloperitonitis 886
Tremetol: White Snakeroot and Rayless Goldenrod 888
Trichomoniasis (Trichomonosis) 890
Trypanosomiasis 894
Tuberculosis: Bovine 896
Tuberculosis: Small Ruminants 898
Ulcerative Posthitis 900
Umbilical Hernia 902
Urea Toxicity 906
Ureaplasma 908
Urolithiasis in Small Ruminants 910
Uterine Anomalies 914
Uterine Prolapse 916
Uterine Torsion 918
Vaccination and Deworming Programs for Beef Cattle 920
Vaccination and Deworming: Cervidae 924
Vaccination and Deworming: Sheep 926
Vaccination Programs on Dairies 928
Vagal Indigestion 930
Vaginitis 934
Vesicular Stomatitis 936
Veterinary Health Certification 938
Vitamin A Deficiency/Toxicosis 940
Vitamin D Toxicosis 942
Vitamin E/Selenium Deficiency 944
Vomitoxin 947
Vulvitis 948
Water Buffalo Diseases 950
Water Buffalo Management 952
Water Quality Issues 954
Wattle Cysts 956
Weight Loss: Bovine 957
Weight Loss: Goats 960
Wesselsbron Disease 962
Wild Ruminant Population Health Management 964
Winter Dysentery 966
Wool Rot 968
Wound Management 970
Yak Management and Disease 972
Yew Toxicity 976
Zinc Deficiency/Toxicity 978
Appendix I: Cleaning and Disinfection 982
Appendix II: Client Communication 984
Index 987

Recenzii

"This is certainly not a pocket book – it is a very substantial text for use as a quick reference guide, which is reflected in the format. There is something in it for everyone with an interest in ruminant medicine, regardless of their experience level.... Despite its size, the layout of this book is simple and has a simple format. It fulfills the aims set out in the preface and offers good value by including a CD." (Veterinary Times, September 2010) "Fans of the series no doubt appreciate the easy to use, no–frills approach to veterinary textbooks, providing the relevant basic information for the vet or student on the go (or past the deadline)." (Veterinary Practice, December 2009)
"The Five–Minute Veterinary Consult has strength in breadth and is extremely easy to navigate. If you need to remind yourself of the basics of an unfamiliar or long–forgotten topic, and you have only five minutes, you may find that this book is a worthy addition to the shelf or car boot." (The Veterinary Record, December 2009)
"An excellent quick–reference resource for any veterinarian who treats cattle, sheep, goats, cervids, or camelids... provides a practical overview of the most important diseases and production problems in these species. This textbook is intended as a go–to reference when review of a particular topic is required; it is not intended to replace more detailed internal medicine or production medicine references. However, the inclusion of management and husbandry topics makes this one of the most comprehensive textbooks available to ruminant practitioners." (Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, September 2009)
"This valuable book is a compilation of necessary and welcome information. The editor and authors have met their objectives in an exemplary manner." (Doody s Book Reviews, September 2009)
"Every vet library must have this." (Midwest Book Review, July 2009)

Notă biografică

Scott R.R. Haskell, DVM, MPVM, PhD, Graduate Group in Comparative Pathology, University of California, Davis, CA.