by Joe Mayhew
Large Animal Neurology is a complete guide for all veterinarians in handling large animal neurologic cases.
It is richly illustrated in full colour throughout, with 200 colour photographs plus detailed line drawings.
In addition a wide variety of diseases are brought to life in video clips on the accompanying DVDs. This invaluable video library provides examples of actions, movements, postures and syndromes, and helps to visualise the definitions of clinical signs described in Large Animal Neurology.
- Part I provides the information needed by the clinician to approach large animal neurologic cases.
- Part II contains clinical discussions of clinical syndromes caused by diseases of the nervous system commonly encountered in practice.
- Part III is new for the second edition, and describes mechanisms and most specific neurologic diseases of domestic animals, with frequent cross-references to the clinical problems in Part II.
Evaluation of Large Animal Neurologic Patients
Clinical Problems in Large Animal Neurology
- Neurologic Evaluation
- Ancillary Diagnostic Aids
- Pathologic Responses of the Nervous System
Mechanisms and Specific Diseases
- Disorders of Behavior
- Seizures and Epilepsy
- Sleep Disorders
- Coma and Altered States of Consciousness
- Miosis, Mydriasis, Anisocoria and Horner's Syndrome
- Dropped Mandible and Masticatory Muscle Atrophy
- Decreased and Increased Facial Sensation
- Facial Paralysis and Facial Spasm
- Pharyngeal Dysphagia
- Dilated Esophagus
- Laryngeal Paresis and Paralysis;Roaring
- Tongue Paralysis
- Head Tilt, Circling, Nystagmus and Other Signs of Vestibular Abnormalities
- Disorders of Posture and Movement
- Incoordination of the Head and Limbs: Cerebellar Diseases
- Tetraparesis, Paraparesis and Ataxia of the Limbs: Spinal Cord Diseases
- Diffuse Weakness
- Paresis and Paralysis of One Limb: Monoparesis
- Urinary Bladder Distention, Dilated Rectum and Anus and Atonic Tail: Cauda Equina Syndrome
- Pruritus, Self-Mutilation, Head Shaking, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and Miscellaneous Distressing Disorders
- Autonomic Nervous System Dysfunction
- Vertebral and Paravertebral Problems:Stiff Neck and Sore Back
- Congenital, Genetic and Familial Disorders
- Infectious, Inflammatory and Immune Diseases
- Physical and Chemical Causes
- Toxic Diseases
- Nutritional Diseases
- Metabolic Diseases
- Neoplasms and other Tumors
- Multifactorial and Idiopathic Disorders