Small Animal Dermatology A Color Atlas and Therapeutic Guide 4th Edition, From its conception, this textbook was designed to be a practical color atlas that also included current treatments for each disorder.
Small Animal Dermatology A Color Atlas and Therapeutic Guide 4th Edition
Great effort has gone into making this book an easy-to-use reference for practicing small animal veterinarians and students alike. This atlas began as a companion text for Muller and Kirk’s Small Animal Dermatology; however, it has grown in use and popularity and become a useful, stand-alone textbook in its own right.
New to this fourth edition is Dr. Adam P. Patterson, who has provided a fresh and enhanced perspective to the science and skill of practical veterinary dermatology.
A key feature of this text is the relevant clinical images. Numerous new images have been added to provide a useful perspective of the most common lesions and patterns caused by each disease. By reviewing all of the images for a given disease, the practitioner should acquire a working knowledge of the most common presentations for that disease.
Dermatology relies heavily on the identification of patterns in the patient’s signalment, history, lesion type, and pattern. The images in each disease section were selected not for their extreme nature but rather because each image demonstrates a common feature of the disease.
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Also new in the fourth edition are critical updates on MRS infections and new ground-breaking therapies for the treatment of allergy. We have expanded the useful pattern-based approach concept with additional outlines, charts, and graph-ics. A breed predilection list has been incorporated for fast reference, and disease topographies have been added for the most common diseases to simplify the diagnostic process.
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