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Infectious diseases of the dog and cat
[edited by] Craig E. Greene.
 
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Veterinary Medicine Library Call Number
  Veterinary Medicine Library Course Reserve SF991 .I54 2012 (Browse Shelf) Available - On Reserve (what's this?)
  V.E.T.S. Collection SF991 .I54 2012 (Browse Shelf) Available
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  • ISBN: 9781416061304 (pbk. : alk. paper)
  • ISBN: 1416061304 (pbk. : alk. paper)
  • OCLC Number: 731127493
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  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Includes index.
Table of Contents

33. Gram-positive bacterial infections. -- 34. Staphylococcal infections. -- 35. Gram-negative bacterial infections. -- 36. Sepsis. -- 37. Enteric bacterial infections. -- 38. Canine brucellosis. -- 39. Anaerobic infections. -- 40. Botulism. -- 41. Tetanus. -- 42. Leptospirosis. -- 43. Borreliosis. -- 44. Miscellaneous bacterial infections. -- 45. Plague. -- 46. Francisella and Coxiella infections. -- 47. Actinomycosis and nocardiosis. -- 48. Mycobacterial infections. -- 49. Dermatophilosis. -- 50. Abscesses and Botryomycosis caused by bacteria. -- 51. Bite wound infections. -- 52. Bartonellosis. -- 53. Surgical and traumatic wound infections. -- Section 3. Fungal and Algal diseases. -- 54. Laboratory diagnosis of fungal and algal infections. -- 55. Antifungal chemotherapy. -- 56. Cutaneous fungal infecions. -- 57. Blastomycosis. -- 58. Histoplasmosis. -- 59. Cryptococcosis. -- 60. Coccidioidomycosis and paracoccidioidomycosis. -- 61. Sporotrichosis. -- 62. Aspergillosis and penicilliosis. -- 63. Candidiasis and rhodotorulosis. -- 64. Trichosporonosis. -- 65. Miscellanious fungal infections. -- 66. Pneumocystosis. -- 67. Protothecosis and chlorellosis. -- 68. Rhinosporidiosis. -- 69. Microsporidiosis. -- Section 3. Protozoal diseases. -- 70. Laboratory diagnosis of protozoal infections. -- 71. Antiprotozoal chemotherapy. -- 72. Trypanosomiasis. -- 73. Leishmaniases. -- 74. Hepatozoonosis. -- 75. Cytauxzoonosis. -- 76. Babesiosis. -- 77. Enteric protozoal infections. -- 78. Nonenteric amebiasis: Acanthamebiasis, hartmannelliasis, and balamuthiasis. -- 79. Toxoplasmosis and neosporosis. -- 80. Enteric coccidiosis. -- 81. Cryptosporidiosis and cyclosporiasis. --Section 1. Viral, rickettsial, and chlamydial diseases. -- 1. Laboratory diagnosis of viral and rickettsial infections and clinical epidemiology of infectious disease. -- 2. Antiviral and immunomodulatory chemotherapy. -- 3. Canine distemper. -- 4. Infectious canine hepatitis and canine acidophil cell hepatitis. -- 5. Canine herpesvirus infection. -- 6. Canine infectious respiratory disease. -- 7. Nonrespiratory paramyxovirus infections of dogs. -- 8. Canine viral enteritis. -- 9. Feline enteric viral infections. -- 10. Feline coronavirus infections. -- 11. Feline leukemia virus infection. -- 12. Feline immunodeficiency virus infection. -- 13. Feline adenovirus infection. -- 14. Feline respiratory disease. -- 15. Feline foamy (syncytium-forming) virus infection. -- 16. Feline paramyxovirus infections. -- 17. Poxvirus infections. -- 18. Papillomavirus infections. -- 19. Miscellaneous viral infections. -- 20. Rabies and other Lyssavirus infections. -- 21. Pseudorabies. -- 22. Enterovirus infections. -- 23. Influenza virus infections. --- 24. Arthropod-borne viral infections. -- 25. Neorickettsia and Wolbachia infections. -- 26. Ehrlichia and anaplasma infections. -- 27. Rocky Mountain and Mediterranean spotted fevers, Cat-flea typhuslike illness, Rickettsialpox, and Typhus. -- 28. Chlamydial infections. -- Section 2: Mycoplasmal and bacterial diseases. -- 29. Laboratory diagnosis of bacterial infections. -- 30. Antibacterial chemotherapy. -- 31. Hemotropic mycoplasmosis (hemobartonellosis). -- 32. Nonhemotropic mycoplasmal, ureaplasmal, and L-form infections.Section 4. Clinical problems. -- 82. Neurologic diseases of suspected infectious infectious origin and prion disease. -- 83. Heartworm disease. -- 84. Integumentary infections. -- 85. Musculoskeletal infections. -- 86. Cardiovascular infections. -- 87. Bacterial respiratory infections. -- 88. Gastrointestinal and intra-abdominal infections. -- 89. Hepatobiliary infections. -- 90. Genitourinary infections. -- 91. Bacterial infections of the central nervous system. -- 92. Ocular infections. -- 93. Environmental factors in infectious disease. -- 94. Immunodeficiencies. -- 95. Fever. -- 96. Prevention and management of infection in canine populations. -- 97. Prevention and management of infection in multiple-cat environments. -- 98. Considerations and management of infectious diseases of feral cats. -- 99. Zoonotic infections of medical importance in immunocompromised humans. -- 100. Immunoprophylaxix. -- Appendix: Antimicrobial drug formulary. -- Recommendations for core and noncore vaccinations of dogs. -- Recommendations for core and noncore vaccinations of cats. -- Canine and feline biologics manufacturers and products available worldwide. -- Compendium of animal rabies prevention and control. -- Laboratory testing for infectious deseases of dogs and cats. -- Manufacturers of diagnostic test kits or reagents and their products. -- Disease rule-outs for medical problems.
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