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The 5-minute veterinary consult clinical companion : canine and feline infectious diseases and parasitology
Stephen C. Barr, Dwight D. Bowman.
 
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Veterinary Medicine Library Call Number
  Stacks SF991 .B287 2006 (Browse Shelf) Available
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  • Canine and feline infectious diseases and parasitology
  • Five-minute veterinary consult clinical companion
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Description
  • ISBN: 078174766X
  • OCLC Number: 60650942
Notes
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents

1. Amebiasis -- 2. Anaerobic infections -- 3. Angiostrongylus infection -- 4. Aspergillosis -- 5. Astrovirus infection -- 6. Babesiosis -- 7. Balantidiasis -- 8. Bartonellosis -- 9. Blastomycosis -- 10. Bordetellosis : cats -- 11. Botulism -- 12. Brucellosis -- 13. Campylobacteriosis -- 14. Candidiasis -- 15. Canine coronavirus infection -- 16. Canine distemper -- 17. Canine herpesvirus infection -- 18. Canine lungworm (Crenosoma) -- 19. Canine lungworm (Filaroides) -- 20. Canine parvovirus infection -- 21. Canine tracheal worm (Oslerus) -- 22. Chagas' disease (American Trypanosomiasis) -- 23. Cheyletiellosis -- 24. Chlamydiosis : cats --25. Clostridial enterotoxicosis -- 26. Coccidioidomycosis -- 27. Coccidiosis -- 28. Colibacillosis -- 29. Cryptococcosis -- 30. Cryptosporidiosis -- 31. Cuterebriasis -- 32. Cytauxzoonosis -- 33. Demodecosis -- 34. Dermatophilosis -- 35. Dermatophytosis -- 36. Ear mites -- 37. Ehrlichiosis -- 38. Encephalitozoonosis -- 39. Feline calicivirus infection -- 40. Feline immunodeficiency virus infection (FIV) -- 41. Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) -- 42. Feline leukemia virus infection (FeLV) -- 43. Feline lungworm (Aelurostrongylus) -- 44. Feline panleukopenia -- 45. Feline rhinotracheitis virus infection --46. Feline syncytial-forming virus infection (FeSFV) -- 47. Fleas and flea control -- 48. Giardiasis -- 49. Haemobartonellosis (erythrocytic mycoplasmal infections) -- 50. Heartworm disease : cats -- 51. Heartworm disease : dogs -- 52. Helicobacter infection -- 53. Hepatozoonosis -- 54. Histoplasmosis -- 55. Hookworms -- 56. Infectious canine hepatitis virus infection -- 57. Infectious canine tracheobronchitis (kennel cough) -- 58. Kidney worms (Dioctophyme) -- 59. Leishmaniasis -- 60. Leptospirosis -- 61. L-form bacterial infections -- 62. Liver fluke infection -- 63. Lung fluke infection (Paragonimus) -- 64. Lyme disease --65. Mycobacterial infections -- 66. Mycoplasmosis -- 67. Nasal capillariasis (Eucoleus) -- 68. Nasal mites (Pneumonyssoides) -- 69. Neosporosis -- 70. Nocardiosis -- 71. Ollulanus infection -- 72. Physalopterosis -- 73. Plague -- 74. Pneumocystosis -- 75. Pox virus infection -- 76. Protothecosis -- 77. Pseudorabies virus infection -- 78. Pythiosis -- 79. Q fever -- 80. Rabies -- 81. Reovirus infection -- 82. Respiratory capillariasis (Eucoleus) -- 83. Rhinosporidiosis -- 84. Rocky Mountain spotted fever -- 85. Rotavirus infection -- 86. Roundworms (Ascariasis) -- 87. Salmonellosis -- 88. Salmon poisoning -- 89. Sarcocystosis --90. Spirocerca lupi -- 91. Sporotrichosis -- 92. Streptococcal infections -- 93. Strongyloides -- 94. Tapeworms (Cestodiasis) -- 95. Tetanus -- 96. Tick bite paralysis -- 97. Ticks and tick control -- 98. Toxoplasmosis -- 99. Trichinosis -- 100. Trichomoniasis -- 101. Trichosporonosis -- 102. Tularemia -- 103. Tyzzer's disease -- 104. Urinary capillariasis (Pearsonema) -- 105. Whipworms (Trichuriasis) -- App. A. Vaccination schedule -- App. B. Products for treatment of canine intestinal parasites -- App. C. Parasitisides for cats -- App. D. Canine heartworm preventatives -- App. E. Canine products with efficacies against arthropods --App. F. Drug formulary.
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