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By Sue Paterson

Bringing jointly a wealth of pictures of ordinary and diseased puppy and cat ears, this can be an indispensible diagnostic device for the small animal veterinary practitioner seeing ear instances frequently. This absolutely illustrated atlas covers the anatomy of the dogs and pussycat ear, diagnostic concepts, various more often than not obvious ailments, and ear surgical procedure.

Atlas of Ear ailments of the puppy and Cat is probably the most entire photo references for this quickly increasing department of small animal drugs and surgical procedure. it truly is a useful relief for normal practitioners, in addition to these specialising in dermatology, and serves as an efficient revision relief for veterinary scholars and people learning for extra skills in veterinary dermatology.

  • Includes over four hundred top of the range color medical photographs and transparent line drawings
  • Images are followed by means of transparent explanatory textual content throughout
  • Enables veterinarians to check instances noticeable in perform with pictures provided to assist diagnosis
  • Written through hugely certified expert veterinary dermatologist and veterinary physician

Chapter 1 Anatomy of the Ear (pages 1–21): Karen Tobias
Chapter 2 Diagnostic ideas (pages 23–36): Sue Paterson
Chapter three complicated Diagnostic thoughts (pages 37–49): Sue Paterson
Chapter four ailments of the Ear Pinna (pages 51–85): Sue Paterson
Chapter five stipulations of the Ear Canal (pages 87–106): Sue Paterson
Chapter 6 stipulations of the center Ear (pages 107–123): Sue Paterson
Chapter 7 ailments of the internal Ear (pages 125–143): Karen Tobias
Chapter eight surgical procedure of the Ear (pages 145–165): Karen Tobias

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Chronic damage can lead to the development of oncogenic change such as squamous cell carcinoma and haemangio/sarcoma. Clinical Signs Initial signs are of erythema and thickening of the pinnae with fine scaling (Fig. 21). Chronically the tips of the pinnae can become curled and scarred and cutaneous horn may develop. As neoplastic transformation occurs the ear pinna become ulcerated with marked proliferative changes. Key Diagnostic Tests Clinical Signs Affected dogs have thick greasy, adherent, yellowy/orange scale around the external ear canal extending on to the ear pinna.

19). 13 LO view showing chronic bulla changes. 12 Close of bulla in LO view. 14 Rostrocaudal (RC) view is taken with the animal in dorsal recumbency. A, Side view; B, View from above. 7 mL of saline for a small dog, double this amount for a large dog). If the canal is stenotic the catheter can be used to introduce the medium into the horizontal canal and then ‘back fill’ the canal. To prevent leakage of the contrast from the ear canal on to the surrounding tissues, a small plug of cotton wool can be placed in the ear after the contrast has been instilled.

Where samples are taken from the ear canal and middle ear a more formulaic approach is possible. 1. Diascopy This is a useful and simple technique to assess the difference between vasodilatation and haemorrhage. A glass slide is placed over an erythematous lesion and gentle pressure is applied. • Erythematous lesions blanch when pressure is applied, as they are caused by dilated blood vessels. • Haemorrhagic lesions do not blanche when pressure is applied as they are caused by red blood cell leakage out of vessels (Fig.

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