Kirkbride's Diagnosis Of Abortion & Neonatal Loss In Animals

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Item#: 9780470958520
Edition 04
Author Njaa, Bradley L.
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Kirk
ide's Diagnosis of Abortion and Neonatal Loss in Animals, Fourth Editionis a concise resource for determining the causes of abortion and neonatal loss in cattle, small ruminants, pigs, horses, dogs, cats, and exotic mammals. Presenting current procedures for diagnosing abortion, this classic reference has been fully updated and expanded, offering new coverage of dogs, cats, and nondomestic mammals. Published in association with the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians,Kirk
ide's Diagnosis of Abortion and Neonatal Loss in Animals, Fourth Editionprovides a valuable aid for understanding abortion and neonatal loss, with thorough coverage of possible causes.The book begins with a general chapter on the approach to an abortion, followed by species-specific chapters. Each chapter begins by outlining the pathogenesis of abortion and neonatal loss, then moves on to special diagnostic techniques, fetal and placental anatomy and physiology, and detailed descriptions of the various causes of abortion or neonatal loss. A companion website offers the images for download atwww.wiley.com/go/njaa.Kirk
ide's Diagnosis of Abortion and Neonatal Loss in Animals, Fourth Editionis a useful guide for veterinary practitioners, diagnosticians, pathologists, theriogenologists, students, and technicians.

Table of Contents
ContributorsPrefaceEditor’s Acknowledgements1 General Approach to Fetal and Neonatal Loss R. Flint Taylor and Bradley L. Njaa2 Disorders of Cattle Mark L. Anderson3 Disorders of Sheep and Goats Robert B. Moeller Jr.4 Disorders of Pigs Michael J. Yaeger5 Disorders of Horses Neil M. Williams6 Disorders of Dogs and Cats Claus D. Buergelt7 Disorders of Nondomestic Mammals Bruce A. RideoutAppendix A Gestational Age Estimation Based onFetal Measures and Phenotypic CharacteristicsAppendix B Summary Tables of Diagnostic Tests for InfectiousCauses of Abortion and Neonatal LossIndex