Ferrets, Rabbits, and Rodents, Clinical Medicine and Surgery, 4th Edition

Ferrets, Rabbits, and Rodents, Clinical Medicine and Surgery, 4th Edition

Elsevier Saunders
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Quesenberry, Mans & Orcutt
Sept. 2020, Saunders
656 pages
21,60 x 27,60 cm
86,00 €
Learn to treat a wide variety of small mammals and pocket pets with Ferrets, Rabbits, and Rodents: Clinical Medicine and Surgery, 4th Edition. Covering the conditions most often seen in veterinary practice, this highly readable and easy-to-navigate text covers preventative medicine along with disease management, ophthalmology, dentistry, and zoonosis. More than 700 full-color photographs and illustrations highlight radiographic interpretation as well as diagnostic, surgical, and therapeutic techniques. This fourth edition also features new coverage of degus (large rodent species); new coverage of prairie dogs; and expanded coverage of surgical procedures, physical therapy rehabilitation and alternative medicine for rabbits, neoplasia in rabbits, and zoonotic disease. With expert contributors from around the globe, Ferrets, Rabbits, and Rodents is the authoritative, single point of reference for small mammal care that is hard to find elsewhere.

    •    NEW! Coverage of surgical procedures has been further expanded in this edition. Surgical procedures are presented in a separate section and shown step by step through color photographs and radiographs, accompanied by line drawings.

    •    NEW! Additional information on physical therapy rehabilitation and alternative medicine for rabbits includes chiropractic care and acupuncture.

    •    NEW! Expanded content on neoplasia in rabbits incorporates lymphoreticular disorders, thymoma, and other neoplastic diseases of rabbits.

    •    NEW! All new chapter on prairie dogs has been added.

    •    NEW! All new chapter on degus (large rodent species) has been added.

    •    UPDATED! Chapter on zoonotic disease has been updated to further cover specific zoonotic diseases in addition to addressing the increased potential for disease transmission from animals to humans.

    •    NEW! Global author perspective incorporates the expertise of authors practicing outside of North America.

    •    UPDATED! Photographs show the diseases and disorders that are more commonly seen in practice.

By Katherine Quesenberry, DVM,MPH, Diplomate ABVP , Diplomate, American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (Avian Practice), Service Head, Avian and Exotic Pet Medicine, The Animal Medical Center, New York, NY; Christoph Mans, Dr Med Vet, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine and Connie Orcutt; Edited by James W. Carpenter, MS, DVM, Dipl ACZM, Department of Clinical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine, Kansas State University, Manhattan, K