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Pascoe's principles & practice of equine dermatology
Derek C. Knottenbelt ; with a contribution by John W. McGarry.
 
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Veterinary Medicine Library Call Number
  Stacks SF901 .K66 2009 CD-ROM (Browse Shelf) Available
  Large Animal Hospital - Bijou Reference Collection SF901 .K66 2009 CD-ROM (Browse Shelf) Available
  Stacks SF901 .K66 2009 (Browse Shelf) Available
  Large Animal Hospital - Bijou Reference Collection SF901 .K66 2009 (Browse Shelf) Available (Library use only)
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  • Pascoe's principles and practice of equine dermatology
  • Principles & practice of equine dermatology
  • Principles and practice of equine dermatology
  • Manual of equine dermatology.
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  • ISBN: 9780702028816 (alk. paper)
  • ISBN: 0702028819 (alk. paper)
  • OCLC Number: 312625439
Notes
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Rev. ed. of: Manual of equine dermatology / Reginald R.R. Pascoe, Derek C. Knottenbelt. c1999.
  • VML Large Animal Hospital - Bijou Reference Collection - "This book was presented by Debra Pipines In memory of Bijou."
Table of Contents

The approach to the equine dermatological case -- Diagnostic/investigative procedures -- Principles of dermatological therapeutics -- Viral diseases -- Bacterial diseases -- Fungal diseases -- Protozoal diseases -- Metazoan/parasitic diseases -- Congenital/developmental diseases -- Immune-mediated/allergic diseases -- Chemical, toxic and physical dermatoses -- Endocrine disorders -- Nutritional disorders -- Neurologic disorders -- Iatrogenic and idiopathic disorders -- Injuries and diseases of the hoof -- Neoplastic conditions -- Syndromes in equine dermatology.
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