Goat Medicine

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John Wiley & Sons, 21 juil. 2009 - 888 pages
Fully revised and expanded, Goat Medicine, Second Edition includes discussions on new diseases ranging from bovine spongiform encephalopathy to floppy kid disease as well as major updates on important diseases such as scrapie, mycoplasmosis, paratuberculosis, and urolithiasis. Information has also been added on management of transgenic goats and organic goat production. The text begins by outlining fundamentals of goat practice and moves on to systems-based coverage of the goat. Each chapter provides clinical anatomy and physiology of every system alongside information on relevant clinical signs, differential diagnosis, and system-specific disease.
 

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Table des matières

Etiologic Diagnoses
30
NORMAL ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
56
Subcutaneous Swellings
61
Musculoskeletal System
87
Nervous System
163
of the goat is beyond the scope of this text and
194
Ocular System
257
Blood Lymph and Immune Systems
275
Periparturient Problems
602
It is beyond the scope of this book to consider in detail
641
Mammary Gland and Milk Production
647
Wasting Diseases
691
Sudden Death
701
Anesthesia
709
Dehorning and Descenting
723
Nutrition and Metabolic Diseases
735

Cardiovascular System
319
Respiratory System
339
Digestive System
377
reviewed elsewhere Scott 1988 and will not be dis
384
Liver and Pancreas
501
Urinary System
537
Reproductive System
568
The Doe
572
Abortion
581
Noninfectious Causes
596
Fiber
740
Dry Matter Intake
752
Herd Health Management and Preventive Medicine
787
Appendices A Formulary of Some Drugs Used in Goats and Suggested Dosages
807
B Alternative Medicine
815
Conversion Factors for Biochemistry and Hematology
823
Index
825
Specialized Skin Structures
863
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Mary C. Smith, DVM, Diplomate, ACT, Professor, Department of Population Medicine and Diagnostic Sciences, New York State College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.

David M. Sherman, DVM, MS, Diplomate, ACVIM, Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Environmental and Population Health, Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University, North Grafton, Massachusetts

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