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Vector-Borne Diseases, An Issue of Veterinary Clinics of North America: Small Animal Practice [PRINT ON DEMAND]

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Elsevier

EditorLinda Kidd

価格:15,180円 (本体 13,800円+税) 送料サービス

・Release: 2022

・ISBN: 9780323961493

・240 Pages

・Trim Size: -

Description

In this issue of Veterinary Clinics: Small Animal Practice, guest editor Dr. Linda Kidd brings her considerable expertise to the topic of Vector-Borne Diseases. To protect companion animal and human health, it is important for veterinary practitioners to have an accurate and current understanding of the geographic distribution, pathophysiology, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of vector-borne disease, and many recent studies document important changes in all of these factors. In this issue, experts in the field summarize this information in a succinct, clinically relevant way to help practitioners recognize and prevent these important diseases.

Key Features

  • Contains 11 practice-oriented topics including the changing prevalence of ticks and tick-borne disease in the United States; prevention of flea and tick infestations and the diseases they transmit; Bartonellosis in dogs and cats; emerging spotted fever rickettsioses in the United States; and more.
  • Provides in-depth clinical reviews on vector-borne diseases, offering actionable insights for clinical practice.
  • Presents the latest information on this timely, focused topic under the leadership of experienced editors in the field. Authors synthesize and distill the latest research and practice guidelines to create clinically significant, topic-based reviews.

Table Of Contents

  • How Changing Tick-Borne Disease Prevalence in Dogs Affects Diagnostic Testing
  • Bartonellosis in Dogs and Cats, an Update
  • Babesia in North America: An Update
  • Cytauxzoonosis
  • Ehrlichiosis and Anaplasmosis: An Update
  • Veterinary Chagas Disease (American Trypanosomiasis) in the United States
  • Schistosomiasis in the United States
  • Emerging Spotted Fever Rickettsioses in the United States
  • Hemotropic Mycoplasma
  • Hepatozoonosis of Dogs and Cats
  • Leishmaniasis