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Feline endocrinology
FELDMAN-FRACASSI-PETERSON
Feline endocrinology
1° ed., 647 pagg., 150 ill., Edra, Aprile 2019

Codice Articolo: ENDOC19
ISBN: 9788821448379
Peso: 1800 g
Area: Cane/Gatto
Disciplina: Endocrinologia
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Developed by the most renowned experts in this field, this unique and practical handbook of feline endocrinology will be the most valuable tool for small animal veterinarians who want to deepen their understanding on the pathophysiology, clinical signs, diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis of every endocrine condition recognized in cats. Rather than have the authors treating cats as small dogs, a cat-only text will allow fully focused description of conditions in this one species. 
Allowing these experts in feline endocrinology space to fully teach us what they have learned about cats will result in a superior resource composed of text, figures, boxes, tables, algorithms and videos (presented on an electronic version of the text).
Contenuti
Section 1 - Hypothalamus and pituitary
1. Pituitary anatomy and physiology
2. GH excess: acromegaly (hypersomatotropism)
3. Other pituitary tumors
4. Pituitary surgery
5. Pituitary irradiation
6. Pituitary GH deficiency and pituitary dwarfism
7. Polyuria, polydipsia and diabetes insipidus
Section 2 - Thyroid gland
8. Thyroid anatomy and physiology
9. Hyperthyroidism: background, etiopathogenesis and changing prevalence of feline thyroid disease
10. Hyperthyroidism: clinical signs and physical examination findings
11. Hyperthyroidism: laboratory diagnosis
12. Thyroid and kidney disease in cats
13. Thyroid imaging
14. Treatment of hyperthyroidism; antithyroid drugs
15. Treatment of hyperthyroidism: surgical thyroidectomy
16. Treatment of hyperthyroidism: radioiodine
17. Treatment of hyperthyroidism: diet
18. Treatment of hyperthyroidism: severe, unresponsive, or recurrent hyperthyroidism
19. Hypothyroidism
Section 3 – Calcium and parathyroid glands
20. Hypercalcemia
21. Feline primary hypoparathyroidism and hypocalcemia
Section 4 – Adrenal glands
22. Adrenal anatomy and physiology
23. Cushing’s syndrome (hypercortisolism)
24. Primary hyperaldosteronism (Conn’s syndrome)
25. Other adrenal cortical tumors and pheochromocytoma
26. Adrenal surgery via open and laparoscopic approaches
27. Feline hypoadrenocorticism
28. Glucocorticoid therapy
Section 5 – Endocrine pancreas
29. Anatomy, histology and physiology of the feline endocrine pancreas
30. Pathogenesis and clinical observations of uncomplicated diabetes mellitus
31. Diabetic ketosis, ketoacidosis, and hyperosmolar syndrome
32. Insulin treatment of diabetes mellitus
33. Gastrointestinal hormones and the use of non-insulin therapies for diabetes mellitus
34. Dietary management for diabetes mellitus
35. Monitoring diabetes in cats
36. Diabetic remission
37. The unstable diabetic
38. Hypoglycemia
Section 6 – Blood pressure, body condition and nutrition
39. Feline obesity
40. Disorders of lipid metabolism
41. Cachexia and sarcopenia
42. Hypertension
Annex
43. Conversion tables
 
 
 
CV Autore/i
Edward C. Feldman
DVM, DACVIM (Small Animal Internal Medicine)
Emeritus Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine
University of California, Davis
Davis, California
USA
 
Federico Fracassi
DVM, DECVIM-CA (Internal Medicine)
Associate Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine
Department of Veterinary Medical Sciences
University of Bologna
Italy
 
Mark E. Peterson
DVM, DACVIM (Small Animal Internal Medicine)
Animal Endocrine Clinic
New York, NY
Adjunct Professor of Medicine
Department of Clinical Sciences
Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine
Ithaca, NY
USA
 
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