Pet Owner Educational Atlas: Dogs (2nd edition)
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Pet Owner Educational Atlas: Dogs (2nd edition)

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The second edition of this educational atlas on dogs expands on its initial goal of helping veterinary surgeons communicate with owners by adding to the content of the first edition with 16 new sheets. Needless to say that the previous content has been revised and updated with the latest developments in each area.

Review and texts

Alberto Barneto Carmona

Alberto Barneto obtained his degree in veterinary medicine from the Complutense Uni- versity of Madrid in 1989. He started his career the same year at the Ginzo de Limia veterinary clinic (Madrid), where he formed part of a team comprising four veterinary surgeons. Practically in parallel, Alberto began collaborating on surgical projects with several clinics throughout Madrid. He is currently a coowner of the Ayavet veterinary clinic (Boadilla del Monte, Madrid).

He also served on the board of directors for the Madrid Small Animal Veterinary Asso- ciation (AMVAC) for 4 years. Alberto has published various articles in technical journals, lectured at conferences, and completed professional collaborations with a series of veterinary clinics.

1. Anatomy

1. The skeleton of dogs. Fibrous, cartilaginous, and synovial joints

2. The musculature of dogs

3. Abdominal and thoracic organs

4. Primary vasculature of dogs

2. Main conditions by body systems

Musculoskeletal system

5. Osteochondrosis. Shoulder and stifle joints

6. Elbow dysplasia

7. Hip dysplasia

8. Vertebral disorders. Spondyloarthropathy, hernia, and luxation

9. Avascular necrosis of the femoral head. Legg-Calve–Perthes disease

10. Anterior cruciate ligament rupture (ACLR) of the stifle joint

Urogenital system

11. Congenital disorders in dogs

12. Acute and chronic kidney disease

13. Urinary stones. Urethral obstruction

14. The oestrous cycle in female dogs

15. Male and female sterilisation

16. Most frequent canine dystocia

17. Pyometra

18. Ovarian diseases. Cysts and neoplasms

19. Vaginal hyperplasia and prolapse

20. Pseudopregnancy

21. Mammary tumours

22. Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)

23. Cryptorchidism

Cardiorespiratory system

24. Dilated cardiomyopathy

25. Congenital heart defects

26. Acquired valve degeneration. Congestive heart failure (CHF)

27. Hypertension. Blood pressure measurement techniques

28. Interventional techniques

29. Acquired diseases of the larynx and trachea

30. Brachycephalic airway syndrome. Surgical treatment

31. Peritoneopericardial diaphragmatic hernia

32. Pneumothorax and pleural effusion

Endocrine system

33. Canine diabetes mellitus

34. Hyperadrenocorticism. Cushing’s syndrome

35. Hypoadrenocorticism. Addison’s disease

36. Hypothyroidism in dogs

Skin and appendages

37. Structures of a dog’s skin

38. Ectoparasites. Fleas and ticks

39. Mange

40. Fungi and yeasts

41. Hypersensitivity. Allergies

42. Canine pyoderma: impetigo and hot spots

43. Otitis externa

44. Immune-mediated and autoimmune diseases of the skin

Digestive system

45. Canine dental anatomy. Deciduous and permanent teeth

46. Periodontal disease

47. Salivary glands diseases

48. Main diseases of the oesophagus

49. Gastric dilatation–volvulus syndrome

50. Gastrointestinal foreign bodies

51. Common intestinal parasites

52. Pancreatitis and exocrine pancreatic insufficiency

53. Hepatitis

54. Portosystemic shunts

55. Perianal conditions

56. Food intolerances and different nutritional modalities


57. Structures of the eye

58. Keratoconjunctivitis sicca (KCS)

59. Corneal ulcers

60. Lens degeneration. Cataracts

61. Eyelid and eyelash disorders

Nervous system

62. Central, peripheral, and autonomic nervous systems

63. Cognitive dysfunction syndrome (CDS)

64. Peripheral and central vestibular syndromes

65. Convulsions: epilepsy

Haematopoietic system and oncology

66. Anaemic dogs – regenerative and nonregenerative anaemia

67. Canine lymphosarcoma

68. Canine mast cell tumours

69. Canine haemangiosarcoma

3. Communicable diseases

70. Canine leishmaniasis: the mosquito disease

71. Canine dirofilariasis. Heartworm disease

72. Tick-borne communicable diseases. Babesiosis, ehrlichiosis, and borreliosis

73. Canine parvovirus

74. Canine distemper

75. Leptospirosis

76. Kennel cough. Infectious tracheobronchitis

77. Rabies

78. Vaccinations in puppies and adult dogs

79. COVID-19 infection in dogs and their epidemiological role

4. Special techniques

80. Cutting nails

81. Problems caused by plant awns. Removal using alligator forceps

82. How to administer medications

5. Behaviour and handling

83. Reproductive behaviour

84. Common postures in dogs

85. Management and care of newborns

  • Autor/es Grupo Asís Biomedia S.L.
  • Fecha de edición septiembre 2021
  • Nº Páginas 92
  • Encuadernación Tapa dura. Wire-o
  • Tamaño 22 X 28
  • Idioma Inglés