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Blackwell's five-minute veterinary consult. Canine and feline

Author: Lawrence P Tilley; Francis W K Smith, Jr.
Publisher: Chichester, West Sussex : Wiley-Blackwell, 2011.
Series: Five minute veterinary consult.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 5th edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Handbooks, manuals, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lawrence P Tilley; Francis W K Smith, Jr.
ISBN: 9780813807638 0813807638 9780470961049 047096104X 9780470961056 0470961058 9780470961063 0470961066
OCLC Number: 708544378
Description: lxii, 1538 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm.
Contents: Abortion, Spontaneous (Early Pregnancy Loss) Cats. <p>Abortion, Spontaneous (Early Pregnancy Loss) Dogs. <p>Abortion, Termination of Pregnancy. <p>Abscessation. <p>Acetaminophen Toxicity. <p>Acidosis, Metabolic. <p>Acne Cats. <p>Acne Dogs. <p>Acral Lick Dermatitis. <p>Acromegaly Cats. <p>Actinomycosis. <p>Acute Abdomen. <p>Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome. <p>Adenocarcinoma, Anal Sac. <p>Adenocarcinoma, Lung. <p>Adenocarcinoma, Nasal. <p>Adenocarcinoma, Pancreas. <p>Adenocarcinoma, Prostate. <p>Adenocarcinoma, Renal. <p>Adenocarcinoma, Salivary Gland. <p>Adenocarcinoma, Skin (Sweat Gland, Sebaceous). <p>Adenocarcinoma, Stomach, Small and Large Intestine, Rectal. <p>Adenocarcinoma, Thyroid Dogs. <p>Aggression, Fear Cats. <p>Aggression, Fear/Defensive Dogs. <p>Aggression, Food, Possessive, and Territorial Dogs. <p>Aggression, Intercat Aggression. <p>Aggression, Interdog Aggression. <p>Aggression, Overview Cats. <p>Aggression, Overview Dogs. <p>Aggression toward Familiar People Dogs. <p>Alkalosis, Metabolic. <p>Alopecia Cats. <p>Alopecia Dogs. <p>Alopecia, Non-inflammatory Dogs. <p>Amebiasis. <p>Ameloblastoma. <p>Amitraz Toxicosis. <p>Amphetamine Toxicosis. <p>Amyloidosis. <p>Anaerobic Infections. <p>Anal Sac Disorders. <p>Anaphylaxis. <p>Anemia of Chronic Kidney Disease. <p>Anemia, Aplastic. <p>Anemia, Heinz Body. <p>Anemia, Immune-Mediated. <p>Anemia, Iron-Deficiency. <p>Anemia, Metabolic (Anemias with Spiculated Red Cells). <p>Anemia, Nonregenerative. <p>Anemia, Nuclear Maturation Defects (Anemia, Megaloblastic). <p>Anemia, Regenerative. <p>Anisocoria. <p>Anorexia. <p>Antebrachial Growth Deformities. <p>Anterior Uveitis Cats. <p>Anterior Uveitis Dogs. <p>Anticoagulant Rodenticide Poisoning. <p>Antidepressants SSRI Toxicosis. <p>Antidepressants Tricyclic Toxicosis. <p>Aortic Stenosis. <p>Aortic Thromboembolism. <p>Apudoma. <p>Arsenic Poisoning. <p>Arteriovenous Fistula. <p>Arteriovenous Malformation of the Liver. <p>Arthritis (Osteoarthritis). <p>Arthritis, Septic. <p>Ascites. <p>Aspergillosis Disseminated. <p>Aspergillosis, Nasal. <p>Aspirin Toxicity. <p>Asthma, Bronchitis Cats. <p>Astrocytoma. <p>Astrovirus Infection. <p>Ataxia. <p>Atherosclerosis. <p>Atlantoaxial Instability. <p>Atopic Dermatitis. <p>Atrial Fibrillation and Atrial Flutter. <p>Atrial Premature Complexes. <p>Atrial Septal Defect. <p>Atrial Standstill. <p>Atrial Wall Tear. <p>Atrioventricular Block, Complete (Third Degree). <p>Atrioventricular Block, First Degree. <p>Atrioventricular Block, Second Degree Mobitz Type I. <p>Atrioventricular Block, Second Degree Mobitz Type II. <p>Atrioventricular Valve Dysplasia. <p>Atrioventricular Valve Endocardiosis. <p>Atrioventricular Valvular Stenosis. <p>Azotemia and Uremia. <p>Babesiosis. <p>Bartonellosis. <p>Basal Cell Tumor. <p>Baylisascariasis. <p>Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia. <p>Benzodiazepine and Sleep Aid Toxicosis. <p>Beta- Agonist Inhaler Toxicosis. <p>Bile Duct Carcinoma. <p>Bile Duct Obstruction. <p>Bile Peritonitis. <p>Bilious Vomiting Syndrome. <p>Blastomycosis. <p>Blepharitis. <p>Blind Quiet Eye. <p>Blood Transfusion Reactions. <p>Bordetellosis Cats. <p>Botulism. <p>Brachial Plexus Avulsion. <p>Brachycephalic Airway Syndrome. <p>Brain Injury. <p>Brain Tumors. <p>Breeding, Timing. <p>Bromethalin Rodenticide Toxicity. <p>Bronchiectasis. <p>Bronchitis, Chronic. <p>Brucellosis. <p>Campylobacteriosis. <p>Candidiasis. <p>Canine Aggression toward Children. <p>Canine Coronavirus Infections. <p>Canine Distemper. <p>Canine Influenza. <p>Canine Parvovirus Infection. <p>Canine Schistosomiasis (Heterobilharziasis). <p>Capillariasis (Pearsonema). <p>Carbon Monoxide Toxicosis. <p>Carcinoid and Carcinoid Syndrome. <p>Cardiomyopathy Boxer. <p>Cardiomyopathy, Dilated Cats. <p>Cardiomyopathy, Dilated Dogs. <p>Cardiomyopathy, Hypertrophic Cats. <p>Cardiomyopathy, Hypertrophic Dogs. <p>Cardiomyopathy, Restrictive Cats. <p>Cardiopulmonary Arrest. <p>Carnitine Deficiency. <p>Cataracts. <p>Cerebellar Degeneration. <p>Cerebellar Hypoplasia. <p>Cerebrovascular Accidents. <p>Ceruminous Gland Adenocarcinoma, Ear. <p>Cervical Spondylomyelopathy (Wobbler Syndrome). <p>Chagas Disease (American Trypanosomiasis). <p>Chediak-Higashi Syndrome. <p>Chemodectoma. <p>Cheyletiellosis. <p>Chlamydiosis Cats. <p>Chocolate Toxicosis. <p>Cholangitis/Cholangiohepatitis Syndrome. <p>Cholecystitis and Choledochitis. <p>Cholelithiasis. <p>Cholesteatoma. <p>Chondrosarcoma, Bone. <p>Chondrosarcoma, Larynx and Trachea. <p>Chondrosarcoma, Nasal and Paranasal Sinus. <p>Chondrosarcoma, Oral. <p>Chorioretinitis. <p>Chylothorax. <p>Cirrhosis and Fibrosis of the Liver. <p>Clostridial Enterotoxicosis. <p>Coagulation Factor Deficiency. <p>Coagulopathy of Liver Disease. <p>Cobalamin Malabsorption. <p>Coccidioidomycosis. <p>Coccidiosis. <p>Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome. <p>Cold Agglutinin Disease. <p>Colibacillosis. <p>Colitis and Proctitis. <p>Colitis, Histiocytic Ulcerative. <p>Collie Eye Anomaly. <p>Compulsive Disorders Cats. <p>Compulsive Disorders Dogs. <p>Congenital and Developmental Renal Diseases. <p>Congenital Ocular Anomalies. <p>Congenital Spinal and Vertebral Malformations. <p>Congestive Heart Failure, Left-Sided. <p>Congestive Heart Failure, Right-Sided. <p>Conjunctivitis Cats. <p>Conjunctivitis Dogs. <p>Constipation and Obstipation. <p>Contact Dermatitis. <p>Coonhound Paralysis (Idiopathic Polyradiculoneuritis). <p>Copper Storage Hepatopathy. <p>Coprophagia and Pica. <p>Corneal and Scleral Lacerations. <p>Corneal Degenerations and Infiltrations. <p>Corneal Dystrophies. <p>Corneal Sequestrum Cats. <p>Cough. <p>Craniomandibular Osteopathy. <p>Cruciate Ligament Disease, Cranial. <p>Cryptococcosis. <p>Cryptorchidism. <p>Cryptosporidiosis. <p>Crystalluria. <p>Cutaneous Drug Eruptions. <p>Cuterebriasis. <p>Cyanosis. <p>Cyclic Hematopoiesis. <p>Cylindruria. <p>Cysticercosis. <p>Cytauxzoonosis. <p>Deafness. <p>Deciduous Teeth, Persistent (Retained). <p>Degenerative Myelopathy. <p>Demodicosis. <p>Dental Caries. <p>Dentigerous Cyst. <p>Dermatomyositis. <p>Dermatophilosis. <p>Dermatophytosis. <p>Dermatoses, Depigmenting Disorders. <p>Dermatoses, Erosive or Ulcerative. <p>Dermatoses, Exfoliative. <p>Dermatoses, Neoplastic. <p>Dermatoses, Papulonodular. <p>Dermatoses, Sterile Nodular/Granulomatous. <p>Dermatoses, Vesiculopustular. <p>Dermatoses, Viral. <p>Destructive Behaviors. <p>Diabetes Insipidus. <p>Diabetes Mellitus with Hyperosmolar Coma. <p>Diabetes Mellitus with Ketoacidosis. <p>Diabetes Mellitus without Complication Cats. <p>Diabetes Mellitus without Complication Dogs. <p>Diabetic Hepatopathy. <p>Diaphragmatic Hernia. <p>Diarrhea, Acute. <p>Diarrhea, Antibiotic Responsive. <p>Diarrhea, Chronic Cats. <p>Diarrhea, Chronic Dogs. <p>Digoxin Toxicity. <p>Dioctphyma renale (aka Giant Kidney Worm). <p>Discolored Tooth/Teeth. <p>Diskospondylitis. <p>Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation. <p>Drowning (Near Drowning). <p>Dysautonomia (Key-Gaskell Syndrome). <p>Dyschezia and Hematochezia. <p>Dysphagia. <p>Dyspnea and Respiratory Distress. <p>Dystocia. <p>Dysuria and Pollakiuria. <p>Ear Mites. <p>Ebstein s Anomaly. <p>Eclampsia. <p>Ectopic Ureter. <p>Ectropion. <p>Ehrlichiosis. <p>Elbow Dysplasia. <p>Electric Cord Injury. <p>Enamel Hypoplasia/Hypocalcification. <p>Encephalitis. <p>Encephalitis Secondary to Parasitic Migration. <p>Encephalitozoonosis. <p>Endocarditis, Infective. <p>Endomyocardial Diseases Cats. <p>Entropion. <p>Eosinophilic Granuloma Complex. <p>Epididymitis/Orchitis. <p>Epilepsy Idiopathic (Genetic). <p>Epiphora. <p>Episcleritis. <p>Epistaxis. <p>Epulis. <p>Esophageal Diverticula. <p>Esophageal Foreign Bodies. <p>Esophageal Stricture. <p>Esophagitis. <p>Ethanol Toxicosis. <p>Ethylene Glycol Poisoning. <p>Excessive Vocalization. <p>Exercise-Induced Weakness/Collapse in Labrador Retrievers. <p>Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency. <p>Eyelash Disorders (Trichiasis/Distichiasis/Ectopic Cilia). <p>Facial Nerve Paresis/Paralysis. <p>False Pregnancy. <p>Familial Shar-Pei Fever. <p>Fanconi Syndrome. <p>Fears, Phobias, and Anxieties Cats. <p>Fears, Phobias, and Anxieties Dogs. <p>Feline Calicivirus Infection. <p>Feline Foamy Virus Infection. <p>Feline Herpesvirus Infection. <p>Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome. <p>Feline Idiopathic Lower Urinary Tract Disease. <p>Feline Immunodeficiency Virus Infection. <p>Feline Infectious Peritonitis. <p>Feline Ischemic Encephalopathy. <p>Feline Leukemia Virus Infection. <p>Feline Oropharyngeal Inflammation. <p>Feline Panleukopenia. <p>Feline Paraneoplastic Alopecia. <p>Feline Symmetrical Alopecia. <p>Feline Tooth Resorption (Odontoclastic Resorption). <p>Fever. <p>Fibrocartilaginous Embolic Myelopathy. <p>Fibrosarcoma, Bone. <p>Fibrosarcoma, Gingiva. <p>Fibrosarcoma, Nasal and Paranasal Sinus. <p>Flatulence. <p>Flea Bite Hypersensitivity and Flea Control. <p>Food Reactions, Dermatologic. <p>Food Reactions (Gastrointestinal), Adverse. <p>Gallbladder Mucocele. <p>Gastric Dilation and Volvulus Syndrome. <p>Gastric Motility Disorders. <p>Gastritis, Atrophic. <p>Gastritis, Chronic. <p>Gastroduodenal Ulcer Disease. <p>Gastroenteritis, Eosinophilic. <p>Gastroenteritis, Hemorrhagic. <p>Gastroenteritis, Lymphocytic-Plasmacytic. <p>Gastroesophageal Reflux. <p>Gastrointestinal Obstruction. <p>Giardiasis. <p>Gingival Hyperplasia. <p>Glaucoma. <p>Glomerulonephritis. <p>Glucagonoma. <p>Glucosuria. <p>Gluten-Sensitive Enteropathy in Irish Setters. <p>Glycogen Storage Disease. <p>Grape and Raisin Toxicosis. <p>Hair Follicle Tumors. <p>Halitosis. <p>Head Pressing. <p>Head Tilt. <p>Heartworm Disease Cats. <p>Heartworm Disease Dogs. <p>Heat Stroke and Hyperthermia. <p>Helicobacter Infection. <p>Hemangiopericytoma. <p>Hemangiosarcoma, Bone. <p>Hemangiosarcoma, Heart. <p>Hemangiosarcoma, Skin. <p>Hemangiosarcoma, Spleen and Liver. <p>Hematemesis. <p>Hematuria. <p>Hemoglobinuria and Myoglobinuria. <p>Hemothorax. <p>Hemotrophic Mycoplasmosis (Hemoplasmosis). <p>Hepatic Amyloid. <p>Hepatic Encephalopathy. <p>Hepatic Failure, Acute. <p>Hepatic Lipidosis. <p>Hepatic Nodular Hyperplasia. <p>Hepatitis, Chronic Active. <p>Hepatitis, Granulomatous. <p>Hepatitis, Infectious Canine. <p>Hepatitis, Suppurative and Hepatic Abscess. <p>Hepatocellular Adenoma. <p>Hepatocellular Carcinoma. <p>Hepatomegaly. <p>Hepatoportal Microvascular Dysplasia. <p>Hepatotoxins. <p>Hepatozoonosis. <p>Herpesvirus Infection Dogs. <p>Hiatal Hernia. <p>Hip Dysplasia. <p>Histiocytoma. <p>Histiocytic Diseases Dogs. <p>Histoplasmosis. <p>Hookworms (Ancylostomiasis). <p>Horner s Syndrome. <p>Housesoiling Cats. <p>Housesoiling Dogs. <p>Hydrocephalus. <p>Hydronephrosis. <p>Hyperadrenocorticism (Cushing s Syndrome) Cats. <p>Hyperadrenocorticism (Cushing s Syndrome) Dogs. <p>Hyperandrogenism. <p>Hypercalcemia. <p>Hypercapnia. <p>Hyperchloremia. <p>Hypercoagulability. <p>Hypereosinophilic Syndrome. <p>Hyperestrogenism (Estrogen Toxicity). <p>Hyperglycemia. <p>Hyperkalemia. <p>Hyperlipidemia. <p>Hypermagnesemia. <p>Hypermetria and Dysmetria. <p>Hypernatremia. <p>Hyperosmolarity. <p>Hyperparathyroidism. <p>Hyperparathyroidism, Renal Secondary. <p>Hyperphosphatemia. <p>Hypertension, Portal. <p>Hypertension, Pulmonary. <p>Hypertension, Systemic. <p>Hyperthyroidism. <p>Hypertrophic Osteodystrophy. <p>Hypertrophic Osteopathy. <p>Hypertrophic Pyloric Gastropathy, Chronic. <p>Hyperviscosity Syndrome. <p>Hyphema. <p>Hypoadrenocorticism (Addison s Disease). <p>Hypoalbuminemia. <p>Hypoandrogenism. <p>Hypocalcemia. <p>Hypochloremia. <p>Hypoglycemia. <p>Hypokalemia. <p>Hypomagnesemia. <p>Hypomyelination. <p>Hyponatremia. <p>Hypoparathyroidism. <p>Hypophosphatemia. <p>Hypopituitarism. <p>Hypopyon and Lipid Flare. <p>Hyposthenuria. <p>Hypothermia. <p>Hypothyroidism. <p>Hypoxemia. <p>Icterus. <p>Idioventricular Rhythm. <p>Ileus. <p>Immunodeficiency Disorders, Primary. <p>Immunoproliferative Enteropathy of Basenjis. <p>Incontinence, Fecal. <p>Incontinence, Urinary. <p>Infectious Canine Tracheobronchitis (Kennel Cough). <p>Infertility, Female Dogs. <p>Infertility, Male Dogs. <p>Inflammatory Bowel Disease. <p>Insulinoma. <p>Interstitial Cell Tumor, Testicle. <p>Intervertebral Disc Disease Cats. <p>Intervertebral Disc Disease, Cervical. <p>Intervertebral Disc Disease, Thoracolumbar. <p>Introducing New Pets into the Family. <p>Intussusception. <p>Iris Atrophy. <p>Iron Toxicity. <p>Irritable Bowel Syndrome. <p>Ivermectin Toxicity. <p>Joint Luxations. <p>Juvenile Fibrosing Liver Disease. <p>Keratitis, Eosinophilic Cats. <p>Keratitis, Nonulcerative. <p>Keratitis, Ulcerative. <p>Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca. <p>Lactic Acidosis. <p>Lameness. <p>Laryngeal Diseases. <p>Lead Poisoning. <p>Left Anterior Fascicular Block. <p>Left Bundle Branch Block. <p>Legg-Calve' -Perthes Disease. <p>Leiomyoma, Stomach, Small and Large Intestine. <p>Leiomyosarcoma, Stomach, Small and Large Intestine. <p>Leishmaniasis. <p>Lens Luxation. <p>Leptospirosis. <p>Leukemia, Acute Lymphoblastic. <p>Leukemia, Chronic Lymphocytic. <p>Leukoencephalomyelopathy in Rottweilers. <p>L-Form Bacterial Infections. <p>Lily Poisoning. <p>Lipoma. <p>Lipoma, Infiltrative. <p>Liver Fluke Infestation. <p>Lizard Venom Toxicity. <p>Lower Urinary Tract Infection, Bacterial. <p>Lower Urinary Tract Infection, Fungal. <p>Lumbosacral Stenosis and Cauda Equina Syndrome. <p>Lung Lobe Torsion. <p>Lupus Erythematosus, Cutaneous (Discoid). <p>Lupus Erythematosus, Systemic. <p>Lyme Borreliosis. <p>Lymphadenitis. <p>Lymphadenopathy. <p>Lymphangiectasia. <p>Lymphedema. <p>Lymphomatoid Granulomatosis. <p>Lymphoma Cats. <p>Lymphoma Dogs. <p>Lymphoma, Cutaneous Epitheliotropic. <p>Lysosomal Storage Diseases. <p>Malassezia Dermatitis. <p>Malignant Fibrous Histiocytoma (Giant Cell Tumor). <p>Malocclusion Skeletal and Dental. <p>Mammary Gland Hyperplasia Cats. <p>Mammary Gland Tumors Cats. <p>Mammary Gland Tumors Dogs. <p>Marking and Roaming Behavior Cats. <p>Marking and Roaming Behavior Dogs. <p>Mast Cell Tumors. <p>Mastitis. <p>Maternal Behavior Problems. <p>Maxillary and Mandibular Fractures. <p>Mediastinitis. <p>Megacolon. <p>Megaesophagus. <p>Melanocytic Tumors, Oral. <p>Melanocytic Tumors, Skin and Digit. <p>Melena. <p>Meningioma. <p>Meningitis/Meningoencephalitis/Meningomyelitis, Bacterial. <p>Meningoencephalomyelitis, Eosinophilic. <p>Meningoencephalomyelitis, Granulomatous. <p>Mesothelioma. <p>Metaldehyde Poisoning. <p>Metformin Toxicosis. <p>Methemoglobinemia. <p>Metritis. <p>Mucopolysaccharidoses. <p>Multiple Myeloma. <p>Mumps. <p>Murmurs, Heart. <p>Muscle Rupture (Muscle Tear). <p>Mushroom Poisoning. <p>Myasthenia Gravis. <p>Mycobacterial Infections. <p>Mycoplasmosis. <p>Mycotoxicosis Aflatoxin. <p>Mycotoxicosis Deoxynivalenol. <p>Mycotoxicosis Tremorgenic Toxins. <p>Myelodysplastic Syndromes. <p>Myelomalacia, Spinal Cord (Acute, Ascending, Descending). <p>Myelopathy Paresis/Paralysis Cats. <p>Myeloproliferative Disorders. <p>Myocardial Infarction. <p>Myocardial Tumors. <p>Myocarditis. <p>Myoclonus. <p>Myopathy Inflammatory Masticatory Muscle Myositis. <p>and Extraocular Myositis. <p>Myopathy Inflammatory Polymyositis and Dermatomyositis. <p>Myopathy, Non-inflammatory Endocrine. <p>Myopathy, Non-inflammatory Hereditary Labrador Retriever. <p>Myopathy, Non-inflammatory Hereditary Myotonia. <p>Myopathy, Non-inflammatory Hereditary Scotty Cramp. <p>Myopathy, Non-inflammatory Hereditary X-Linked Muscular Dystrophy. <p>Myopathy, Non-inflammatory Metabolic. <p>Myxedema and Myxedema Coma. <p>Nail and Nailbed Disorders. <p>Narcolepsy and Cataplexy. <p>Nasal and Nasopharyngeal Polyps. <p>Nasal Dermatoses Canine. <p>Nasal Discharge. <p>Nasopharyngeal Stenosis. <p>Neck and Back Pain. <p>Necrotizing Encephalitides. <p>Neonatal Mortality (Fading Syndrome). <p>Neosporosis. <p>Nephrolithiasis. <p>Nephrotic Syndrome. <p>Nephrotoxicity, Drug-Induced. <p>Nerve Sheath Tumor. <p>Neuroaxonal Dystrophy. <p>Neutropenia. <p>Nocardiosis. <p>Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drug Toxicity. <p>Notoedric Mange. <p>Nystagmus. <p>Obesity. <p>Oliguria and Anuria. <p>Ollulanis Infection. <p>Oncocytoma. <p>Ophthalmia Neonatorum. <p>Optic Neuritis. <p>Oral Cavity Tumors, Undifferentiated Malignant Tumors. <p>Oral Masses. <p>Oral Ulceration. <p>Orbital Diseases (Exophthalmos, Enophthalmos, Strabismus). <p>Organophosphate and Carbamate Toxicosis. <p>Oronasal Fistula. <p>Osteochondrodysplasia. <p>Osteochondrosis. <p>Osteomyelitis. <p>Osteosarcoma. <p>Otitis Externa and Media. <p>Otitis Media and Interna. <p>Ovarian Remnant Syndrome. <p>Ovarian Tumors. <p>Ovulatory Failure. <p>Pain (Acute, Chronic, and Post-operative). <p>Pancreatitis. <p>Pancytopenia. <p>Panniculitis. <p>Panosteitis. <p>Panting and Tachypnea. <p>Papilledema. <p>Papillomatosis. <p>Paralysis. <p>Paraneoplastic Syndromes. <p>Paraphimosis, Phimosis, and Priapism. <p>Paraproteinemia. <p>Patellar Luxation. <p>Patent Ductus Arteriosus. <p>Pectus Excavatum. <p>Pediatric Behavior Problems Cats. <p>Pediatric Behavior Problems Dogs. <p>Pelger-Hue¨ t Anomaly. <p>Pelvic Bladder. <p>Pemphigus. <p>Perianal Fistula. <p>Pericardial Effusion. <p>Pericarditis. <p>Perineal Hernia. <p>Periodontal Disease. <p>Peripheral Edema. <p>Peripheral Neuropathies (Polyneuropathies). <p>Perirenal Pseudocysts. <p>Peritoneopericardial Diaphragmatic Hernia. <p>Peritonitis. <p>Petechia, Ecchymosis, Bruising. <p>Petroleum Hydrocarbon Toxicoses. <p>Pheochromocytoma. <p>Phlebitis. <p>Phosphofructokinase Deficiency. <p>Physalopterosis. <p>Plague. <p>Plasmacytoma, Mucocutaneous. <p>Pleural Effusion. <p>Pneumocystosis. <p>Pneumonia, Aspiration. <p>Pneumonia, Bacterial. <p>Pneumonia, Eosinophilic. <p>Pneumonia, Fungal. <p>Pneumonia, Interstitial. <p>Pneumothorax. <p>Pododermatitis. <p>Poisoning (Intoxication). <p>Polioencephalomyelitis Cats. <p>Polyarthritis, Erosive, Immune-Mediated. <p>Polyarthritis, Non-erosive, Immune-Mediated. <p>Polycystic Kidney Disease. <p>Polycythemia. <p>Polycythemia Vera. <p>Polyphagia. <p>Polypoid Cystitis. <p>Polyuria and Polydipsia. <p>Portosystemic Shunting, Acquired. <p>Portosystemic Vascular Anomaly, Congenital. <p>Poxvirus Infection Cats. <p>Premature Labor. <p>Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia. <p>Prolapsed Gland of the Third Eyelid (Cherry Eye). <p>Proptosis. <p>Prostate Disease in the Breeding Male Dog. <p>Prostatic Cysts. <p>Prostatitis and Prostatic Abscess. <p>Prostatomegaly. <p>Protein-Losing Enteropathy. <p>Proteinuria. <p>Protothecosis. <p>Pruritus. <p>Pseudoephedrine Toxicosis. <p>Pseudorabies Virus Infection. <p>Ptyalism. <p>Pulmonary Contusions. <p>Pulmonary Edema, Non-cardiogenic. <p>Pulmonary Thromboembolism. <p>Pulmonic Stenosis. <p>Puppy Strangles (Juvenile Cellulitis). <p>Pyelonephritis. <p>Pyoderma. <p>Pyometra and Cystic Endometrial Hyperplasia. <p>Pyothorax. <p>Pyrethrin and Pyrethroid Toxicity. <p>Pyruvate Kinase Deficiency. <p>Pythiosis. <p>Pyuria. <p>Q Fever. <p>Quadrigeminal Cyst. <p>Rabies. <p>Rectal and Anal Prolapse. <p>Rectal Stricture. <p>Rectoanal Polyps. <p>Red Eye. <p>Regurgitation. <p>Renal Failure, Acute. <p>Renal Failure, Chronic. <p>Renal Tubular Acidosis. <p>Renomegaly. <p>Reovirus Infections. <p>Respiratory Parasites. <p>Retained Placenta. <p>Retinal Degeneration. <p>Retinal Detachment. <p>Retinal Hemorrhage. <p>Rhabdomyoma. <p>Rhabdomyosarcoma. <p>Rhabdomyosarcoma, Urinary Bladder. <p>Rhinitis and Sinusitis. <p>Rhinosporidiosis. <p>Right Bundle Branch Block. <p>Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. <p>Rotavirus Infections. <p>Roundworms (Ascariasis). <p>Salivary Mucocele. <p>Salmon Poisoning Disease. <p>Salmonellosis. <p>Sarcoptic Mange. <p>Schiff-Sherrington Phenomenon. <p>Schwannoma. <p>Sebaceous Adenitis, Granulomatous. <p>Seizures (Convulsions, Status Epilepticus) Cats. <p>Seizures (Convulsions, Status Epilepticus) Dogs. <p>Seminoma. <p>Separation Anxiety Syndrome. <p>Sepsis and Bacteremia. <p>Sertoli Cell Tumor. <p>Sexual Development Disorders. <p>(Shaker Syndrome) Generalized Tremor Syndrome. <p>Shock, Cardiogenic. <p>Shock, Hypovolemic. <p>Shock, Septic. <p>Shoulder Joint, Ligament, and Tendon Conditions. <p>Sick Sinus Syndrome. <p>Sinus Arrest and Sinoatrial Block. <p>Sinus Arrhythmia. <p>Sinus Bradycardia. <p>Sinus Tachycardia. <p>Sjo¨ gren-Like Syndrome. <p>Skin Fragility Syndrome, Feline. <p>Small Intestinal Dysbiosis. <p>Smoke Inhalation. <p>Snake Venom Toxicosis Coral Snakes. <p>Snake Venom Toxicosis Pit Vipers. <p>Sneezing, Reverse Sneezing, Gagging. <p>Spermatocele/Sperm Granuloma. <p>Spermatozoal Abnormalities. <p>Spider Venom Toxicosis Black Widow. <p>Spider Venom Toxicosis Brown Recluse Family. <p>Spinal Dysraphism. <p>Splenic Torsion. <p>Splenomegaly. <p>Spondylosis Deformans. <p>Sporotrichosis. <p>Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Digit. <p>Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Ear. <p>Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Gingiva. <p>Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Lung. <p>Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Nasal and Paranasal Sinuses. <p>Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Nasal Planum. <p>Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Skin. <p>Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Tongue. <p>Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Tonsil. <p>Staphylococcal Infections. <p>Steatitis. <p>Steroid-Responsive Meningitis-Arteritis Dogs. <p>Stertor and Stridor. <p>Stomatitis. <p>Streptococcal Infections. <p>Strongyloidiasis. <p>Strychnine Poisoning. <p>Stupor and Coma. <p>Subarachnoid Cysts. <p>Subinvolution of Placental Sites. <p>Successful Rehoming of Shelter Dogs and Cats. <p>Superficial Necrolytic Dermatitis. <p>Supraventricular Tachycardia. <p>Syncope. <p>Synovial Cell Sarcoma. <p>Syringomyelia and Chiari-Like Malformation. <p>Tapeworms (Cestodiasis). <p>Taurine Deficiency. <p>Temporomandibular Joint Disorders. <p>Testicular Degeneration and Hypoplasia. <p>Tetanus. <p>Tetralogy of Fallot. <p>Third Eyelid Protrusion. <p>Thrombocytopathies. <p>Thrombocytopenia. <p>Thrombocytopenia, Primary Immune-Mediated. <p>Thunderstorm Phobias. <p>Thymoma. <p>Tick Paralysis. <p>Ticks and Tick Control. <p>Toad Venom Toxicosis. <p>Tooth Formation/Structure, Abnormal. <p>Tooth Fracture. <p>Tooth Luxation or Avulsion. <p>Tooth Root Abscess (Apical Abscess). <p>Toxoplasmosis. <p>Tracheal Collapse. <p>Tracheal Perforation. <p>Transitional Cell Carcinoma. <p>Transmissible Venereal Tumor. <p>Traumatic Myocarditis. <p>Tremors. <p>Trichinosis. <p>Trichomoniasis. <p>Trigeminal Neuritis, Idopathic. <p>Tularemia. <p>Tyzzer Disease. <p>Unruly Behaviors: Jumping, Digging, Chasing, Stealing. <p>Ureterolithiasis. <p>Urethral Prolapse. <p>Urinary Retention, Functional. <p>Urinary Tract Obstruction. <p>Urolithiasis, Calcium Oxalate. <p>Urolithiasis, Calcium Phosphate. <p>Urolithiasis, Cystine. <p>Urolithiasis, Struvite Cats. <p>Urolithiasis, Struvite Dogs. <p>Urolithiasis, Urate. <p>Urolithiasis, Xanthine. <p>Uterine Inertia. <p>Uterine Tumors. <p>Uveal Melanoma Cats. <p>Uveal Melanoma Dogs. <p>Uveodermatologic Syndrome. <p>Vaccine-Associated Sarcoma. <p>Vacuolar Hepatopathy. <p>Vaginal Discharge. <p>Vaginal Hyperplasia and Prolapse. <p>Vaginal Malformations and Acquired Lesions. <p>Vaginal Tumors. <p>Vaginitis. <p>Vascular Ring Anomalies. <p>Vasculitis, Cutaneous Dogs. <p>Vasculitis, Systemic. <p>Ventricular Arrhythmias and Sudden Death in German Shepherds. <p>Ventricular Fibrillation. <p>Ventricular Premature Complexes. <p>Ventricular Septal Defect. <p>Ventricular Standstill (Asystole). <p>Ventricular Tachycardia. <p>Vertebral Column Trauma. <p>Vesicourachal Diverticula. <p>Vestibular Disease, Geriatric Dogs. <p>Vestibular Disease, Idiopathic Cats. <p>Vitamin D Toxicity. <p>Vomiting, Acute. <p>Vomiting, Chronic. <p>Von Willebrand Disease. <p>Weight Loss and Cachexia. <p>West Nile Virus Infection. <p>Whipworms (Trichuriasis). <p>Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome. <p>Xylitol Toxicity. <p>Zinc Toxicity. <p>Appendix I. Normal Reference Ranges for Laboratory Tests. <p>Table I-A. Normal hematologic values. <p>Table I-B. Normal biochemical values. <p>Table I-C. Conversion table for hematologic units. <p>Table I-D. Conversion table for clinical biochemical units. <p>Appendix II. Endocrine Testing. <p>Table II-A. Endocrine function testing protocols. <p>Table II-B. Tests of the endocrine system. <p>Table II-C. Conversion table for hormone assay units. <p>Appendix III. Approximate Normal Ranges for Common Measurements. <p>in Dogs and Cats. <p>Appendix IV. Normal Values for the Canine and Feline Electrocardiogram. <p>Appendix V. Clinical Toxicosis Systems Affected and Clinical Effects. <p>Appendix VI. Toxic Agents and Their Systemic Antidotes Dosage. <p>and Method of Treatment. <p>Appendix VII. Toxic Home and Garden Hazards for Pets. <p>Table VII-A. Toxic plants clinical signs, antidotes, and treatment. <p>Table VII-B. Herbal toxicities. <p>Table VII-C. Household cleaners and their clinical signs antidotes. <p>and treatment. <p>Appendix VIII. Pain Management. <p>Table VIII-A. Recommended parenteral opioid dosages and indications. <p>Table VIII-B. Recommended dispensable opioid dosages and indications. <p>Table VIII-C. Recommended parenteral NSAID dosages and indications. <p>Table VIII-D. Recommended dispensable NSAID dosages and indications. <p>Table VIII-E. Dosages and indications for selected drugs used. <p>to treat neuropathic pain. <p>Appendix IX. Blackwell s Five-Minute Consult Drug Formulary. <p>Appendix X. Conversion Tables. <p>Table X-A. Conversion table of weight to body surface area. <p>(in square meters) for dogs. <p>Table X-B. Approximate equivalents for degrees Fahrenheit and Celsius. <p>Table X-C. Weight-unit conversion factors. <p>Appendix XI. Hotlines Every Veterinarian Should Know. <p>Index.
Series Title: Five minute veterinary consult.
Other Titles: Five-minute veterinary consult.
Canine and feline
Responsibility: [edited by] Larry Patrick Tilley, Francis W.K. Smith Jr.


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