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Publisher Agrobios Publications
ISBN 9788177545111
Author: D Dhauria, A K Gahlot And A K Gupta
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Veterinary Preventive Medicine : Bacterial, Fungal and Rickettsial Diseases by D Dhauria, A K Gahlot And A K Gupta
Book Summary:

This book on Veterinary Preventive Medicine-I has been designed to give students rapid and easy access to all the information in a syllabus wise format by presenting the subject in a clear, understandable and logically organized way to prepare them for examination and to exploit their potential to a greater extent. Our aim has been to provide an easy-to-read reference source for undergraduate Veterinary students. The book has been prepared to provide comprehensive information on epidemiology, etiology, transmission, pathogenesis, clinical signs, post-mortem findings, diagnosis, treatment and control of diseases.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Veterinary.
Table of Contents:

SECTION-A: GENERAL INTRODUCTION

  1. General Information
  2. Classification of Disease
  3. Modes of Diseases Transmission
  4. Pattern of Disease
  5. Development of Infectious Disease
  6. Infectious Agents of the Disease
  7. Symptoms of Disease
  8. Collection and Preservation of Clinical Materials for Disease Diagnosis
  9. Methods of Control of Infection
  10. Laboratory Procedures for the Growth of Microorganisms
  11. Common Staining Procedures
  12. Laboratory Tests Generally Used in Disease Diagnosis
  13. Prevention of Diseases
  14. Common Terms

SECTION-B: BACTERIAL, FUNGAL AND RICKETTSIAL DISEASE

  1. Mastitis
  2. Haemorrhagic Septicaemia
  3. Brucellosis
  4. Tuberculosis
  5. Johne's Disease
  6. Black Quarter
  7. Tetanus
  8. Listeriosis
  9. Leptospirosis
  10. Camphylobacteriosis
  11. Actinomycosis
  12. Actinobacillosis
  13. Enterotoxaemia
  14. Glanders
  15. Strangles
  16. Ulcerative Lymphangitis
  17. Colibacillosis
  18. Fowl Typhoid
  19. Pullorum Disease
  20. Fowl Cholera
  21. Avian Mycoplasmosis
  22. Spirochaetosis
  23. Salmonellosis
  24. Swine Erysipelas
  25. Contagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia
  26. Contagious Caprine Pleuropneumonia
  27. Anthrax
  28. Botulism
  29. Chlamydiosis
  30. Q-Fever
  31. Anaplasmosis
  32. Dermatophilosis
  33. Aspergillosis
  34. Candidiasis
  35. Histoplasmosis
  36. Sporotrichosis
  37. Coccidioidomycosis
  38. Mycotoxicosis