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Veterinary Allergy - Noli / Aiden Foster / Rosenkrantz

Veterinary Allergy - Noli / Aiden Foster / Rosenkrantz

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Author : Noli / Aiden Foster / Rosenkrantz Language: English Finishing : Hardcover, 470 pages ISBN : 978-0-470-67241-9 Edition Number: 2014 Description: The current state of knowledge on this increasingly important subject is beautifully described in this, the first truly comprehensive text of allergic diseases affecting the major veterinary species. It will be an invaluable guide...
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Author : Noli / Aiden Foster / Rosenkrantz

Language: English

Finishing : Hardcover, 470 pages

ISBN : 978-0-470-67241-9

Edition Number: 2014

Description:

The current state of knowledge on this increasingly important subject is beautifully described in this, the first truly comprehensive text of allergic diseases affecting the major veterinary species. It will be an invaluable guide to students, clinicians and researchers alike. From the Foreword by Professor Richard Halliwell, MS, PhD, VetMB, MRCVS, Dip ACVD

Veterinary Allergy is the first comprehensive, high quality reference dealing with all aspects of veterinary allergy in all species and all body systems involved with allergy. Providing solid breadth and excellent depth of coverage, it deals with the immunopathology of the various allergic conditions as well as with clinical presentation, diagnosis and treatment of veterinary allergic diseases.

Key features:

  • Broad species coverage, organised by sections on dogs, cats, horses, and other domestic species including large animals, birds and small mammals
  • Provides details on diseases affecting the skin, respiratory tract and gut
  • Contains practical information for clinicians on management of allergic diseases
  • Includes fully-referenced high level detail suitable for specialists and researchers
  • Focused on evidence-based medicine and science
  • The editors have extensive experience and are respected as world-wide experts in the field
  • Every chapter is written by an expert in that particular topic

Table Of Contents:

  • Acknowledgments viii
  • Contributors ix
  • Foreword xiii
  • Richard E.W. Halliwell
  • Introduction: the immunological basis of allergic diseases xv
  • Michael J. Day

Part 1 – Canine Allergy (Editor: Chiara Noli) 1
Section 1 – Canine Atopic Dermatitis 3

  • 1 Introduction: canine atopic dermatitis as an evolving, multifactorial disease 5
  • Douglas J. DeBoer
  • 2 Canine immunoglobulin E 8
  • Bruce Hammerberg
  • 3 The aberrant immune system in atopic dermatitis 16
  • Rosanna Marsella
  • 4 Allergens and environmental influence 24
  • Pascal Prélaud
  • 5 The genetics of canine atopic dermatitis 32
  • Tim Nuttall
  • 6 Skin barrier and its role in the pathophysiology of atopic dermatitis 42
  • Koji Nishifuji
  • 7 The role of bacterial agents in the pathogenesis of canine atopic dermatitis 51
  • David H. Lloyd
  • 8 The role of fungal agents in atopic dermatitis 58
  • Ross Bond
  • 9 Clinical signs of canine atopic dermatitis 65
  • Claude Favrot
  • 10 Diagnosis of canine atopic dermatitis 70
  • Craig E. Griffin
  • 11 Allergen avoidance 78
  • Daniel O. Morris
  • 12 Allergen-specific immunotherapy 85
  • Ralf S. Mueller
  • 13 Guidelines for symptomatic medical treatment of canine atopic dermatitis 90
  • Douglas J. DeBoer
  • 14 Non-conventional treatments 96
  • Ralf S. Mueller

Section 2 – Food Hypersensitivity 101

  • 15 The pathogenesis of food allergy 103
  • Hilary A. Jackson
  • 16 Cutaneous manifestations of food hypersensitivity 108
  • Didier N. Carlotti
  • 17 Adverse reactions to food: a gastroenterologist’s perspective 115
  • Paola Gianella
  • 18 Diagnostic workup of food hypersensitivity 119
  • Edmund J. Rosser Jr
  • 19 Long-term management of food hypersensitivity in the dog 124
  • Nick J. Cave

Section 3 – Flea Bite Allergy 133

  • 20 Flea biology and ecology 135
  • Marie-Christine Cadiergues
  • 21 The pathogenesis of flea bite allergy in dogs 140
  • Richard E.W. Halliwell
  • 22 Clinical signs of flea allergy dermatitis in dogs 145
  • Emmanuel Bensignor
  • 23 Diagnostic investigation of canine flea bite allergy 149
  • Dawn Logas
  • 24 Implementing an effective flea control programme 152
  • Michael W. Dryden
  • 25 Symptomatic relief for canine flea bite hypersensitivity 158
  • Dawn Logas

Section 4 – Complicating Infections in Allergic Dogs 161

  • 26 Complicating microbial skin infections in allergic dogs 163
  • Anette Loeffler
  • 27 Otitis in the allergic dog 175
  • James O. Noxon

Section 5 – Other Allergic Diseases in Dogs 183

  • 28 Contact allergy 185
  • Rosanna Marsella
  • 29 Venomous insect hypersensitivity 191
  • Mona J. Boord
  • 30 Canine urticaria and angioedema 195
  • Peter Hill

Part 2 – Feline Allergy (Editor: Aiden Foster) 201
Section 1 – Cutaneous Allergy in Cats 203

  • 31 Pathogenesis—immunopathogenesis 205
  • Petra J. Roosje
  • 32 Clinical presentations and specificity of feline manifestations of cutaneous allergies 211
  • Claude Favrot
  • 33 Complications of cutaneous skin allergies (skin infections) 217
  • Laura Ordeix
  • 34 Diagnostic investigation of the allergic feline 223
  • William E. Oldenhoff and Karen A. Moriello
  • 35 Symptomatic treatments 228
  • Alison B. Diesel
  • 36 Allergen-specific immunotherapy 234
  • Alison B. Diesel

Section 2 – Feline Asthma 237

  • 37 Feline asthma 239
  • Carol R. Reinero

Section 3 – Flea Bite Allergy 247

  • 38 Pathogenesis 249
  • Ross Bond
  • 39 Clinical presentations 252
  • Dawn Logas
  • 40 Diagnostic workup 255
  • Dawn Logas
  • 41 Therapy 259
  • Marie-Christine Cadiergues

Section 4 – Mosquito Bite Allergy 265

  • 42 Mosquito bite 267
  • Masahiko Nagata

Part 3 – Equine Allergy (Editor: Wayne Rosenkrantz) 271
Section 1 – Culicoides Hypersensitivity and Other Insect Allergies 273

  • 43 Pathogenesis and epidemiology of Culicoides hypersensitivity 275
  • Bettina Wagner
  • 44 Equine immunoglobulin E 279
  • Eliane Marti and Eman Hamza
  • 45 Clinical manifestations of Culicoides hypersensitivity 287
  • Janet D. Littlewood
  • 46 Culicoides hypersensitivity: diagnosis 291
  • Kerstin Bergvall
  • 47 Culicoides hypersensitivity: therapy 297
  • Anthony A. Yu
  • 48 Other biting insect allergies 307
  • Gwendolen Lorch

Section 2 – Atopic Disease in Horses—Atopic Dermatitis and Food Hypersensitivity 327

  • 49 Equine atopic dermatitis: pathogenesis 329
  • Valerie A. Fadok
  • 50 Clinical aspects of equine atopic disease 334
  • Wayne Rosenkrantz and Stephen White
  • 51 Equine urticaria 338
  • Valerie A. Fadok
  • 52 Equine headshaking syndrome 344
  • Harold C. Schott II and Annette D. Petersen
  • 53 Diagnostic workup of equine atopic disease 353
  • Wayne Rosenkrantz and Stephen White
  • 54 Equine atopic disease symptomatic therapy and allergen-specific immunotherapy 360
  • Wayne Rosenkrantz and Stephen White

Section 3 – Recurrent Airway Obstruction and Inflammatory Airway Disease 371

  • 55 Recurrent airway obstruction and inflammatory airway disease 373
  • Vinzenz Gerber

Section 4 – Contact and Other Allergic Diseases 385

  • 56 Equine allergic contact dermatitis 387
  • Chris Reeder and Joya Griffin

Part 4 – Allergy in Other Domestic Species (Editor: Aiden Foster) 395

  • 57 Immunopathogenesis of allergic skin disease in livestock 397
  • Adri van den Broek
  • 58 Psoroptes ovis 402
  • Adri van den Broek and Stewart T.G. Burgess
  • 59 Allergic diseases of livestock species 411
  • Aiden P. Foster
  • 60 Allergies in birds 422
  • Claudia S. Nett-Mettler
  • 61 Allergic diseases in other pets (rodents, rabbits, and ferrets) 428
  • Ian Sayers
  • Index 433

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