by Lars Mecklenburg, Monika Linek, Desmond J. Tobin September 2009
Hair Loss Disorders in Domestic Animals is an in-depth reference on the pathomechanisms and clinical approaches of all skin diseases in domestic animals that have hair loss as the predominant clinical feature. It presents both basic and clinically-relevant knowledge on alopecic disease in animals. This text is a one-of-a-kind resource providing cutting-edge coverage of the physiology and pathology of hair follicles. Disease-specific chapters include: a detailed description of the disease entity, etiology, pathogenesis, clinical and histopathological diagnosis and treatment modalities.
First book on alopecia in veterinary medicine
Cutting-edge coverage of physiology and pathology of hair follicles
Special coverage on disease classification
High-level, in-depth reference on the pathomechanisms and clinical approaches of skin diseases in domestic animals
Pathology of Australian Native Wildlifeby Philip LaddsMay 2009All the available information on the anatomical pathology of Australian native vertebrate wildlife. Pathology of Australian Native Wildlife…