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BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Gastroenterology

Hall, Edward / Williams, David A. / Kathrani, Aarti

BSAVA - British Small Animal Veterinary Association

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3. Auflage Dezember 2019
296 Seiten, Softcover
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ISBN: 978-1-905319-96-1
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The busy small animal practitioner is likely to see a dog or cat with GI signs most days and this resource should give them greater insight into the conditions they are treating. This manual is divided into four main sections:
* Diagnostic procedures and techniques: this section covers clinical pathology, imaging and biopsy
* Diagnostic approaches to problems: the chapters in this section provide a practical, diagnostic approach to problems affecting the GI tract, pancreas and liver
* Patient management: this section looks at the treatments available for GI, pancreatic and liver disease.
* Diseases of specific systems/organs: the chapters in this final section cover specific conditions of organs of the GI tract, including pathophysiology, clinical signs, diagnosis, treatment and prognosis.

List of contributors

Foreword

Preface

Section 1: Diagnostic procedures and techniques

Introduction
Edward J. Hall

Faecal examination
Edward J. Hall

Imaging of the gastrointestinal tract, liver and pancreas
Virginie Barberet

Endoscopy
Mike Willard

Gastrointestinal surgery
John Williams

Biopsy and cytology
Michael J. Day

Section 2: Diagnostic approaches to problems

Polyphagia
Daniel J. Batchelor and Alexander J. German

Anorexia and hyporexia
Daniel J. Batchelor and Alexander J. German

Weight loss
Alexander J. German and Daniel J. Batchelor

Drooling
Patrick Barko

Halitosis
Patrick Barko

Dysphagia
Aarti Kathrani

Regurgitation
Aarti Kathrani

Acute vomiting
Clive Elwood

Chronic vomiting
Clive Elwood

Bloating
Rachel Lavoué

Acute diarrhoea
Ian A. Battersby

Chronic diarrhoea
Nicole Luckschander-Zeller

Haematemesis
Mike Willard

Melaena
Mike Willard

Haematochezia
Mike Willard

Dyschezia
Mike Willard

Tenesmus
Mike Willard

Ascites
Andrea Boari

Jaundice
Andrea Boari

Systemic, neurological and uncommon presentations of gastrointestinal disease
Marcella Ridgway

Section 3: Patient management

Non-pharmacological therapies
Marcella Ridgway

Non-specific drug therapy
Edward J. Hall

Antibacterials
Ian A. Battersby

Parasiticides and gastrointestinal parasites of dogs and cats
Maggie Fisher and Peter Holdsworth

Section 4: Diseases of specific systems/organs

Oral cavity, oropharynx and salivary glands
Edward J. Hall

Oesophagus
Peter Kook

Stomach
Thomas Spillmann and Marcus V. Candido

a Small intestine: general
Edward J. Hall

b Small intestine: acute disease
Andrea Boari

c Small intestine: chronic disease
Alison Ridyard

Colon and rectum
Aarti Kathrani

Exocrine pancreas
David A. Williams

a Liver: hepatocellular and biliary tract disorders
Penny Watson

b Liver: vascular disorders
Mickey Tivers

Index
Edward Hall MA VetMB PhD DipECVIM-CA FRCVS

Ed graduated from the University of Cambridge and after an Internship and Residency at the University of Pennsylvania, undertook a Wellcome Trust funded PhD and post-doctoral Fellowship at the University of Liverpool. An academic career, first at Liverpool and then at Bristol Veterinary School led ultimately to a Chair in Small Animal Medicine. Ed is a Diplomate of the ECVIM, a Fellow of the RCVS, an RCVS Recognised Specialist in Small Animal Medicine (Gastroenterology) and a Past President of the BSAVA. Ed retired from the University of Bristol in 2018, but remains clinically active, seeing GI referrals at Langford Vets.

David Williams MA VetMB PhD DipACVIM-SAIM DipECVIM-CA

David graduated from the University of Cambridge and after an Internship and Residency at the University of Pennsylvania, undertook a Wellcome Trust funded PhD at the University of Liverpool. Before settling at the University of Illinois David held academic appointments at the University of Florida, Kansas State University, Purdue University and Texas A&M University, at each of which he established what ultimately evolved into the GI Laboratory at Texas A&M University. David currently does clinical service, teaching and research in the Internal Medicine service at the University of Illinois, and maintains a consulting relationship with veterinarians in clinical practice through the GI Laboratory at Texas A&M.

Aarti Kathrani BVetMed(Hons) PhD DipACVIM-SAIM DipACVN FHEA MRCVS

Aarti graduated from the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) and after an Internship and PhD at the RVC, undertook a Small Animal Internal Medicine Residency at Cornell University, followed by a Small Animal Clinical Nutrition Residency at the University of California-Davis. Aarti is a Diplomate of the ACVIM and ACVN and a RCVS Recognised Specialist in Small Animal Medicine. Aarti was appointed Senior Lecturer in Small Animal Medicine at the University of Bristol for 2 years, and has subsequently moved back to the RVC as Senior Lecturer in Small Animal Internal Medicine, where she is involved with the clinical internal medicine service and also helps provide nutritional input to clinical cases seen at the Queen Mother Hospital for Animals. Her research centres on canine and feline gastroenterology and nutrition.

E. J. Hall, University of Bristol; D. A. Williams, Texas A&M University