By Nathan M. Slovis DVM Dipl ACVIM
Atlas of Equine Endoscopy is a realistic reference consultant to minimally invasive equine endoscopy of assorted organ platforms. simply because endoscopy is now primary by way of equine practitioners, this atlas focuses much less on simple ideas and extra on its use as a diagnostic device. assurance contains either common and irregular findings, with greater than 575 high-definition photographs, captured by way of camera. every one process is mentioned constantly, addressing correct common anatomy through different types of issues reminiscent of neoplasia, irritation, and abscesses.State-of-the-art full-color electronic images.Illustrated reference of either the conventional and irregular exam findings in every one organ system.Distant and close-up perspectives of the anatomy are supplied the place appropriate; this is helping establish general anatomy and anatomical variations.The order of the images in every one physique procedure displays the order within which the endoscopic exam is performed.Several diverse pictures of a similar sickness are supplied so the reader can get pleasure from the various displays of exact disorders.Contributors are board-certified specialists from all equine veterinary specialties.Covers endoscopic apparatus, offering worthwhile comparative details on tools and video apparatus.
Read or Download Atlas of Equine Endoscopy PDF
Similar veterinary medicine books
Gift your puppy with an extended, happier, and fitter lifestyles! here's the e-book for these fanatics who are looking to take clever, loving care in their pets - no matter if that puppy be a puppy, cat, poultry, fish, or a few unique species. This illustrated, A-Z quick-answer advisor from renowned veterinarian Chris Pinney covers all of it: preventive healthiness care, vitamin, grooming, education, illnesses, touring with pets, choice, first relief, anatomy, holistic puppy care, and lots more and plenty extra.
Veterinary Technician's day-by-day Reference consultant: canines and pussycat, moment version, is the appropriate scientific better half for veterinary technicians in perform and in education. absolutely revised and up to date, this new version good points a far better structure for even speedier entry to details. The charts and tables all through are designed for simple reference, allowing technicians to speedy practice their wisdom and abilities to the day-by-day scientific environment.
This textbook specializes in crucial parasites affecting canines, cats, ruminants, horses, pigs, rabbits, rodents, birds, fishes, reptiles and bees. for every parasite, the ebook bargains a concise precis together with its distribution, epidemiology, lifecycle, morphology, scientific manifestations, analysis, prophylaxis and healing measures.
- Equine Behavior: A Guide for Veterinarians and Equine Scientists
- Nursing the Feline Patient
- Animal physiotherapy: assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of animals
Additional info for Atlas of Equine Endoscopy
If you suspect the presence of a kink in the channel of your instrument you should send it into a repair center before the site of the kink becomes worn away, causing a rupture in the channel. Broken Light Guides. Light guide bundles transmit the light needed for visualization into the patient. If the light guide fiber is broken, it can no longer transmit light. If you look through the scope and find the image to be dark, this could indicate that the instrument has a high concentration of broken light guide fibers.
B, Ethmoid turbinates. Middle meatus (black arrow). Endoturbinates I (white arrow). FIGURE 3-10. Ethmoid turbinates. 42 ATLAS OF EQUINE ENDOSCOPY ETHMOID HEMATOMAS A progressive ethmoid hematoma (PEH) is an expansive mass of unknown etiology that originates in the submucosa of the ethmoid labyrinth of horses. PEHs can be unilateral or bilateral on occasion and can even be located in the paranasal sinuses or nasal cavity. These masses tend to be locally destructive and highly vascular in structure.
SLOVIS NORMAL ENDOSCOPIC ANATOMY The nasal cavity extends from the nostril to the caudal aspect, the choana, which “exits” into the nasopharynx (Figures 3-1 and 3-2). Most of the nasal septum separating the two halves is a plate of cartilage that fits into the trough of the vomer ventrally to the perpendicular plate of the ethmoid bone (arrows) caudally. A highly vascular and glandular mucous membrane covers the nasal septum (Figure 3-3). The dorsal and ventral conchae form delicate scrolls. The space enclosed within each is divided into two compartments by an internal septum.