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Infectious Diseases of Farm Animals
Authors:   Kirti Dua

ISBN: 978-81-8487-188-3 
Publication Year:   2012
Pages:   696
Binding:   Paper Back

About the book

INFECTIOUS DISEASES OF FARM ANIMALS designed primarily for undergraduate and post graduate veterinary students, veterinary general practitioners and members of other disciplines interested in infectious diseases of farm animals. This book discusses important infectious diseases of cattle, buffaloes, sheep, goats, horses and pigs caused by various pathogens. An introductory section deals in brief history of veterinary medicine, causes and pathogenesis of disease and veterinary epidemiology. Subsequently diseases of farm animals are presented under different headings viz. diseases caused by bacteria, mycoplasma, chlamydia, rickettsia, viruses, prions, fungi and parasites. In order to simplify the readerís task in the section on individual diseases, the subheading etiology, epidemiology, pathogenesis, clinical signs, diagnosis, clinical pathology, treatment, vaccination and control are included. Photographs and line diagrams of many diseases of farm animals are presented in user friendly way to maximize understanding. Some important topics, which are gaining importance in the present day scenario like emerging diseases, biosecurity and disaster management, have also been included. A chapter each on collection of clinical specimens to the veterinary diagnostic laboratory, vaccines, antimicrobials and glossary has been included.

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Table of content

Preface / General Introduction / Diseases Caused by Bacteria / Diseases Caused by Mycoplasma / Diseases Caused by Viruses / Diseases Caused by Prions / Diseases Caused by Chlamydia / Diseases Caused by Rickettsia / Diseases Caused by Fungi / Diseases Caused by Protozoa / Diseases Caused by Helminth Parasites / Diseases Caused by Arthropod Parasites / Other Topics Related to Infectious Diseases / Appendices / Index.

Undergraduate-Postgraduate Students, Professionals and Researchers in Veterinary Science