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Infectious Diseases of the Horse Diagnosis, pathology, management, and public health

Infectious Diseases of the Horse Diagnosis, pathology, management, and public health
Raktáron / Szállítás: 2 - 5 munkanap
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Cikkszám: 4848

Szerzők: By J.H. van der KolkE.J.B. Veldhuis Kroeze

Megjelenés: 2023

ISBN: 9781032054285

Kiadó: CRC Press

Oldalszám: 370

Illusztrációk: 486 színes fényképpel (Szövettani stb) és táblázatokkal

Kötés: Keménytáblás, cérnafűzött

Részletes leírás:

A clinician and a pathologist collaborate to create a comprehensive yet practical book about established infectious diseases of horses, categorised according to the different pathogens. The book evaluates the latest diagnostic aids, including rapid developments in molecular biology, while emphasising that they are no substitute for clinical observation and skills. The majority of equine infectious diseases caused by microbes and parasites are covered - bacterial, viral, protozoan, fungal, ectoparasitic and helminthic. Practical appendices contain a list of differential diagnoses based on clinical signs to support clinical decision-making, a list of zoonoses and reportable diseases, and an elaborate illustrated appendix on clinical pathology and haematology.

Thoroughly updated a decade after the release of the original text, the book continues to be concise and easy to understand and remains an important resource for uncommon conditions. It adds new sections on pythiosis, equine encephalosis/Peruvian horse sickness virus, Acinetobacter baumanii, enteric coronavirus-induced disease, and viral hepatitis, as well as updated nomenclature according to the latest reference databases. The most dynamic changes in veterinary medicine concern the development of new molecular diagnostic techniques and therapies, and these have been updated with most recent references throughout this second edition. Finally, the exceptional, full-colour clinical and microscopic images are showcased in a larger format.

Infectious Diseases of the Horse is a valuable resource for all veterinary practitioners, scientists, pathologists, students, technicians and nurses working with horses.

 

Table of Contents

Introduction.

Abbreviations.

Chapter 1: Bacterial diseases.

Chapter 2: Viral diseases.

Chapter 3: Protozoal diseases.

Chapter 4: Fungal diseases.

Chapter 5: Ectoparasitical diseases.

Chapter 6: Helmintic diseases.

Appendix 1 Differential diagnoses.

Appendix 2 (Potential) Zoonoses.

Appendix 3 Clinical pathology.

References.

Index.

Author(s)

Biography

J.H. van der Kolk graduated in Veterinary Medicine at the State University of Utrecht, the Netherlands in 1987. Since then he had been working as a member of the staff of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Utrecht University. He was appointed associate professor in Equine Internal Medicine in 2005 with endocrinology and muscle metabolism as area of research. From 2012 on he took a position as head of the section Equine Metabolic and Genetic Diseases of Euregio Laboratory Services, Maastricht, the Netherlands and was appointed director of Euregio Laboratory Services on January 1, 2015 aimed at veterinary business development. Since 2014 he has been assigned as part-time staff member of the University of Bern, Switzerland regarding equine research with endocrinology and metabolism as focus area. He was acknowledged Diplomate in Equine Internal Medicine of the European College of Equine Internal Medicine on September 16, 2003. He is also Editor-in-chief of the Veterinary Quarterly (2020. Impact Factor 3.320) since January 1, 2011. His ~140 peer-reviewed manuscripts have been published in scientific journals including Am J Vet Res, J Am Vet Med Assoc, Mol Gen Metab, Neuromuscular Dis, J Appl Physiol, and Am J Physiol - Reg Integr Comp Physiol.

E.J.B Veldhuis Kroeze graduated in Veterinary Medicine at the State University of Utrecht, the Netherlands in 2000. After a short period working as veterinary surgeon, he began his residency in Veterinary Pathology at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Utrecht University, and passed the board examinations of the European College of Veterinary Pathology (ECVP) in 2008, becoming an ECVP Diplomate. During his employment at Utrecht University he developed profound interest for equine pathology. From 2009 onwards he worked as Veterinary Pathologist at Viroclinics Biosciences B.V. and was engaged in a PhD project at the Erasmus University Medical Center (EMC) Rotterdam gaining his PhD on the pathogenesis of influenza in 2017. From then on he started at IDEXX laboratories as diagnostic veterinary pathologist, and has been assigned as part-time researcher at the department of Viroscience EMC Rotterdam regarding comparative pathology of viral diseases on the human-animal interface. His ~40 peer-reviewed manuscripts have been published in scientific journals including Lancet infect Dis, Vet Rec, Front Microbiol, Vaccine, PLoS Pathog, J Gen Virol, J Comp Path, Equine Vet J, Equine Vet Educ, J Vet Intern Med, Vet Quart, Vet J, J Vet Diagn Invest, Reprod Domest Anim, Theriogenology.

Reviews

"I love this book! It is clear and concise, and very easy to understand. The simple format allows easy access to each disease and the images are brilliant, and gory, and delightful! My personal favourite section is the Appendices: I love the differential diagnosis segment, allowing an easy reference for both students and clinicians without having to go through every disease to find a certain set of clinical signs. This book is brilliant for students, especially those in their clinical years or revising for their final examinations. It also encourages lateral thinking, due to the use of differential diagnoses showing other things that could be represented."

- Sophie Neasham, fourth year Veterinary student, University of Veterinary Medicine and Pharmacy in Kosice, Slovakia 

 

PRAISE FOR THE FIRST EDITION

"This is an excellent review of infectious diseases in horses which occur worldwide. … The colour plates are stunning and really add to the text. … The chapters are very easy to follow so that this makes an ideal reference book for veterinary practitioners as well as veterinary students. … It is a must for all equine practice libraries and it is extremely well referenced so it will be well used in veterinary college libraries. … I strongly recommend its purchase."
- Graham Duncanson in Veterinary Practice

"A useful overview … often well illustrated with colour photographs, and these photographs are a real strength of the book."
 - Robert M. Christley in Veterinary Record

"The first thing that strikes you as you browse through this book are the amazing colour plates of clinical disease … extremely useful to the equine clinician, but would also be of great interest as a reference for students, as well as interns and residents in equine medicine and pathology. It is a great source of information, with the same depth of knowledge for each disease and all conveniently located for the user."
- L. Begg in Australian Veterinary Journal

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Akció ideje: 2023.01.18 - 2023.09.30
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