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Canine and Feline Gastroenterology

A comprehensive reference standard for the discipline, Canine and Feline Gastroenterology covers the biology, pathobiology, and diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the gastrointestinal, pancreatic, and hepatobiliary systems. An international team of experts, including 85 authors from 17 different countries, led by Robert Washabau and Michael Day, covers everything from minor problems such as adverse food reactions to debilitating inflammatory, infectious, metabolic, and neoplastic diseases of the digestive system. This authoritative text utilizes an evidence-based approach to reflect the latest science and research, complemented by principles of problem solving, algorithms to improve clinical diagnoses, and extensive full-color illustrations. For generalists and specialists alike, this gastroenterology reference should be part of every serious practitioner's professional library.

Hardbound, 1024 Pages

Published: June 2012

Imprint: Saunders

ISBN: 978-1-4160-3661-6

Reviews

  • "There are books that cover basic clinical approaches or providea quick referenceguide but for some timethere has been a gap on the bookself for up-to-date, comprehensive, authoritative book...The book is mammoth and replete with high-quality with high-quality colour diagrams...Was it worth carrying this hefty tome with me each day? Absolutely- it clearly conveys information  that is not found  in other textbooks, along with a good distillation of current knowledge in a reader-friendly  format."

    Veterinary Record, October 2012

    "Canine and Feline Gastroenterology is a comprehensive text of over 950 pages covering diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, as well as the pancreatic and the hepatobillary systems...Canine and Feline and Gastroenterology serves as a must-have reference for both generalist and referral practitioners, as well as postgraduate students with a particular interest in the discipline of veterinarty gastroenterology. It is a valuable resource, which I will continue to use in both clinical and research settings, as well as for preparation for specialist exams, and is a worthwhile addition to the practice library."

    Australian Veterinary Journal, February 2013


Contents

  • Section I: Biology of the Gastrointestinal Tract, Pancreas, and Liver

    1. Integration of Gastrointestinal Function
    2. Gastrointestinal Microflora
    3. Gastrointestinal Immunology
    4. Gastrointestinal Inflammation
    5. Cellular Growth/Neoplasia
    6. Section II: Approach to Clinical Signs in Gastrointestinal Disease

    7. Abdominal Pain
    8. Anorexia
    9. Ascites
    10. Coagulopathy
    11. Constipation
    12. Diarrhea
    13. Dyschezia and Tenesmus
    14. Dysphagia and Gagging
    15. Fecal Incontinence
    16. Gastrointestinal Gas
    17. Hemorrhage (Gastrointestinal)
    18. Hepatoencephalopathy
    19. Icterus
    20. Polyphagia
    21. Polyuria/Polydipsia
    22. Regurgitation
    23. Salivation
    24. Vomiting
    25. Weight Loss & Cachexia
    26. Section III: Diagnostic Approach to Gastrointestinal, Pancreatic, and Hepatobiliary Problems

    27. Laboratory Approach
    28. Diagnostic Imaging of the Gastrointestinal Tract
    29. Endoscopy
    30. Laparoscopy
    31. Histopathology
    32. Section IV: Nutritional Approach to Gastrointestinal Disease

    33. Nutritional Assessment and Management
    34. Adverse Reactions to Food
    35. Nutritional Strategies
    36. Enteral and Parenteral Nutrition

      Section V: Pharmacologic Approach to Gastrointestinal Disease
    37. Antidiarrheal Agents
    38. Antiemetic Agents
    39. Antifungal Drugs
    40. Antihelmintic Agents
    41. Antiinflammatory Agents
    42. Antimicrobial Agents
    43. Antioxidant Drugs
    44. Antispasmodic Agents
    45. Behavioral Modification
    46. Chelating Agents
    47. Chemotherapy
    48. Cytoprotection - Gastric
    49. Cytoprotection - Liver/Biliary
    50. Enzyme Supplementation
    51. Fluid Therapy
    52. Immunosuppressive Drugs
    53. Laxative Agents
    54. Probiotic Agents
    55. Prokinetic Agents
    56. Vitamins and Minerals
    57. Section VI: Diseases of the Gastrointestinal Tract

    58. Oropharynx
    59. Esophagus
    60. Stomach
    61. Small Intestine
    62. Large Intestine
    63. Anorectum
    64. Pancreas
    65. Liver
    66. Breed-Relationships

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