Atlas of Parasitological Diagnosis in Dogs and Cats. Volume II: Ectoparasites
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Atlas of Parasitological Diagnosis in Dogs and Cats. Volume II: Ectoparasites

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An up-to-date descriptive atlas on the diagnosis of the main types of ectoparasitosis in dogs and cats. It covers the most relevant aspects of each parasite, using graphical resources to help identify these pathogens and decide on the actions to take in each case. The work is complemented with QR links to videos of collecting and processing samples and the visualization of some of these parasites under the microscope.

Guadalupe Miró Corrales

Guadalupe Miró Corrales received her bachelor ́s degree and PhD in Veterinary Sciences from the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM). She was awarded a diploma from the European Veterinary Parasitology College (EVPC) and is Professor of Parasitology and Parasitic Diseases at the Department of Animal Health of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, UCM. She heads the Parasitic and Infectious Diseases Clinic of the Veterinary Hospital in Madrid and is a founding member and current President of LeishVet, the European expert group on canine leishmaniasis. She is the Spanish representative for the European Scientific Council for Companion Animal Parasites (ESCCAP) and President of the Spanish delegation (ESCCAP Spain). Author of numerous publications and scientific papers on infectious and parasitic diseases of small animals, she specialises in the sanitary control of feline and canine communities, and has conducted research on various zoonoses including leishmaniasis, babesiosis, toxoplasmosis and giardiasis. She directs the diagnostic and research laboratory Pet-Parasite Lab at UCM.

Patrick Bourdea

Degree in veterinary medicine from the Maison-Alfort Veterinary School, France, where he later held assistant and associate professor positions. He later transferred to the Nantes Veterinary College (ONIRIS). He is currently head professor of the Parasitology/Dermatology/Mycology Unit and of the attached clinic (including exotic and zoo animals) and diagnostic laboratory. He has trained as an expert in veterinary parasitology. His areas of interest include interactions between hosts and external parasites, the biology of external parasites (ticks, mites and fleas), the activity of external antiparasitic treatments and the epidemiology of parasitic dermatosis. He created the first veterinary dermatology unit in France (Nantes, 1991). He is also interested in allergies and hypersensitivities to arthropods, new concepts in diagnosis or treatment, epidemiology and relationships between dermatology, parasitology and mycology.

1. Mite infestation

Sarcoptic mange (Sarcoptes scabiei canis)

Notoedric mange (Notoedres cati)

Canine demodicosis (Demodex canis, Demodex injai, Demodex cornei)

Feline demodicosis (Demodex cati, Demodex gatoi)

Cheyletiellosis (Cheyletiella spp.)

Linxacariosis (Lynxacarus radovskyi)

Otoacariasis (Otodectes cynotis)

Trombiculosis (Neotrombicula autumnalis)

Straelensiosis (Straelensia cynotis)

Ticks (families Ixodidae and Argasidae)

2. Insects

Flea infestation (order Siphonaptera)

Lice (orders Anoplura and Mallophaga)

Culicid mosquitoes (order Diptera, family Culicidae)

Sandflies (subfamily Phlebotominae, genera Phlebotomus and Lutzomyia)

Flies (order Diptera, suborder Cyclorrhapha)

  • Autor/es Guadalupe Miró Corrales, Patrick Bourdeau
  • Fecha de edición junio 2022
  • Nº Páginas 128
  • Encuadernación Tapa dura
  • Tamaño 22 X 28
  • Idioma Inglés

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