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Clinical Endocrinology of Companion Animals


Clinical Endocrinology of Companion Animals


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von: Jacquie Rand, Ellen Behrend, Danielle Gunn-Moore, Michelle Campbell-Ward

72,99 €

Verlag: Wiley-Blackwell
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 05.11.2012
ISBN/EAN: 9781118444894
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 536

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Clinical Endocrinology of Companion Animals offers fast access to clinically relevant information on managing the patient with endocrine disease. Written by leading experts in veterinary endocrinology, each chapter takes the same structure to aid in the rapid retrieval of information, offering information on pathogenesis, signalment, clinical signs, diagnosis, differential diagnosis, treatment, prognosis, and prevention for a broad list of endocrine disorders.  Chapters begin with brief summaries for quick reference, then delve into greater detail. With complete coverage of the most common endocrine diseases, the book includes chapters on conditions in dogs, cats, horses, ferrets, reptiles, and other species.  Clinical Endocrinology of Companion Animals is a highly practical resource for any veterinarian treating these common diseases.
Contributors x Preface xv 1 Hypoadrenocorticism in Dogs 1 Patty Lathan 2 Hypoadrenocorticism in Cats 22 Danièlle Gunn-Moore and Kerry Simpson 3 Hypoadrenocorticism in Other Species 28 Michelle L. Campbell-Ward 4 Critical Illness-Related Corticosteroid Insufficiency (Previously Known as Relative Adrenal Insufficiency) 36 Linda Martin 5 Hyperadrenocorticism in Dogs 43 Ellen N. Behrend and Carlos Melian 6 Primary Functioning Adrenal Tumors Producing Signs Similar to Hyperadrenocorticism Including Atypical Syndromes in Dogs 65 Kate Hill 7 Hyperadrenocorticism in Cats 71 Danièlle Gunn-Moore and Kerry Simpson 8 Primary Functioning Adrenal Tumors Producing Signs Similar to Hyperadrenocorticism Including Atypical Syndromes in Cats 80 Nicki Reed and Danièlle Gunn-Moore 9 Hyperadrenocorticism in Ferrets 86 Nico J. Schoemaker 10 Hyperadrenocorticism and Primary Functioning Adrenal Tumors in Other Species (Excluding Horses and Ferrets) 95 Michelle L. Campbell-Ward 11 Hyperadrenocorticism (Pituitary Pars Intermedia Dysfunction) in Horses 100 Catherine McGowan 12 Primary Hyperaldosteronism 115 Andrea M. Harvey and Kent R. Refsal 13 Pheochromocytoma in Dogs 128 Claudia E. Reusch 14 Pheochromocytoma in Cats 137 Danièlle Gunn-Moore and Kerry Simpson 15 Canine Diabetes Mellitus 143 Linda Fleeman and Jacquie Rand 16 Feline Diabetes Mellitus 169 Jacquie Rand 17 Diabetes Mellitus in Other Species 191 Michelle L. Campbell-Ward and Jacquie Rand 18 Canine Diabetic Emergencies 201 Rebecka S. Hess 19 Feline Diabetic Ketoacidosis 209 Jacquie Rand 20 Equine Metabolic Syndrome/Insulin Resistance Syndrome in Horses 217 John Keen 21 Insulinoma in Dogs 229 Rebecka S. Hess 22 Insulinoma in Cats 240 Danièlle Gunn-Moore and Kerry Simpson 23 Insulinomas in Other Species 245 Sue Chen and Michelle L. Campbell-Ward 24 Gastrinoma, Glucagonoma, and Other APUDomas 253 Craig Ruaux and Patrick Carney 25 Hypothyroidism in Dogs 263 David Panciera 26 Hypothyroidism in Cats 273 Danièlle Gunn-Moore 27 Hypothyroidism in Other Species 278 Janice Sojka Kritchevsky 28 Hyperthyroidism in Dogs 291 David Panciera 29 Hyperthyroidism in Cats 295 Mark E. Peterson 30 Hyperthyroidism/Thyroid Neoplasia in Other Species 311 Michelle L. Campbell-Ward 31 Hypocalcemia in Dogs 315 Patricia A. Schenck and Dennis Chew 32 Hypocalcemia in Cats 326 Patricia A. Schenck and Dennis Chew 33 Hypocalcemia in Other Species 335 Michael Stanford, John Keen and Michelle L. Campbell-Ward 34 Hypercalcemia in Dogs 356 Patricia A. Schenck and Dennis Chew 35 Hypercalcemia in Cats 373 Dennis Chew and Patricia A. Schenck 36 Hypercalcemia in Other Species 385 Michelle L. Campbell-Ward 37 Nutritional Secondary Hyperparathyroidism in Reptiles 396 Kevin Eatwell 38 Hyposomatotropism in Dogs 404 Annemarie M.W.Y. Voorbij and Hans S. Kooistra 39 Hyposomatotropism in Cats 416 Nicki Reed and Danièlle Gunn-Moore 40 Acromegaly in Dogs 421 Hans S. Kooistra 41 Acromegaly in Cats 427 David Church and Stijn J. M. Niessen 42 Diabetes Insipidus and Polyuria/Polydipsia in Dogs 436 Katharine F. Lunn and Katherine M. James 43 Diabetes Insipidus in Cats 450 Nicki Reed and Danièlle Gunn-Moore 44 Hyponatremia, SIADH, and Renal Salt Wasting 458 Katherine M. James 45 Estrogen- and Androgen-Related Disorders 467 Cheri A. Johnson 46 Progesterone and Prolactin-Related Disorders; Adrenal Dysfunction and Sex Hormones 487 Cheri A. Johnson 47 Pathologic Reproductive Endocrinology in Other Species 504 John Keen and Michelle L. Campbell-Ward Index 512
“The chapters have been written by a panel of internationally renowned authors, presenting the latest knowledge and treatment guidelines. It is therefore not only designed for the general practitioner needing help in the busy daily practice, but also for specialists in internal medicine.” (Veterinary Record, 10 August 2013) “A practical tool for the busy practitioner.” (Vets Today, 1 June 2013)
Jacquie Rand, BSVc, DVSc, MACVS, DACVIM, is Professor of Companion Animal Health at the University of Queensland, Australia. She is also Director of the Centre for Companion Animal Health. Ellen Behrend, VMD, PhD, DACVIM, is Joezy Griffin Professor in Internal Medicine at Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. Danielle Gunn-Moore, BSc, BVM&S, PhD, FHEA, MACVSc, MRCVS, RCVS Specialist in Feline Medicine, is Professor of Feline Medicine and Head of Companion Animal Sciences at the University of Edinburgh. Michelle Campbell-Ward, BSc, BVSc(Hons I), DZooMed(Mammalian), MRCVS, RCVS Specialist in Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, is Veterinarian at Taronga Western Plains Zoo, Australia.
Clinical Endocrinology of Companion Animals offers fast access to clinically relevant information on managing the patient with endocrine disease. Written by leading experts in veterinary endocrinology, each chapter takes the same structure to aid in the rapid retrieval of information, offering information on pathogenesis, signalment, clinical signs, diagnosis, differential diagnosis, treatment, prognosis, and prevention for a broad list of endocrine disorders. Chapters begin with brief summaries for quick reference, then delve into greater detail. With complete coverage of the most common endocrine diseases, the book includes chapters on conditions in dogs, cats, horses, ferrets, reptiles, and other species. Clinical Endocrinology of Companion Animals is a highly practical resource for any veterinarian treating these common diseases. Key features Provides a quick reference on effectively treating patients with endocrine disorders Offers a consistent presentation for ease of use Covers the most common endocrine diseases encountered in daily practice Written by top veterinary endocrinologists Encompasses small animal, exotic, and equine practice Allows fast access to information in the consulting room or in the field

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