Canine and Feline Epilepsy: Diagnosis and Management by Luisa De Risio

By Luisa De Risio

Epilepsy is without doubt one of the such a lot typical continual neurological ailments and is a standard but not easy presentation in veterinary surgical procedures. This e-book covers seizure pathogenesis, classifications, diagnostic investigations, emergency remedies and long run remedies, with a wide part on pharmacological intervention. Filling a substantial hole within the veterinary literature, it contains tables and charts for speedy reference in the course of emergencies. This ebook discusses find out how to distinguish among epileptic and non-neurological seizures, and offers case stories to demonstrate diverse occurrences of epilepsy.

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