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Urological Disorders of the Dog and Cat: Investigation, Diagnosis, Treatment

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This book's aim is to provide veterinary practitioners and trainees with a concise, systematic guide to all medical and surgical aspects of urological diseases and disorders affecting dogs and cats. The author focuses first on assessment of the patient and the main investigative techniques used to reach a diagnosis. He then deals with the differential diagnosis, causes and treatment of conditions ranging from prostate disorders and trauma to all types of urinary incontinence and urethral sphincter mechanism incompetence. The book is fully referenced and illustrated throughout by colour photographs, imaging, and diagrams of the highest quality.

Author Biography

Peter Holt is Professor of Veterinary Surgery at the School of Clinical Veterinary Science, University of Bristol, UK.

Table of Contents

Dedicationp. 2
Forewordp. 4
Abbreviationsp. 5
Investigation of animals with urological signsp. 7
Clinical assessmentp. 9
Radiographic investigationsp. 14
Plain filmsp. 14
Intravenous urographyp. 18
Retrograde, positive contrast vagino-urethrographyp. 25
Retrograde, positive contrast urethrographyp. 29
Cystographyp. 32
Other diagnostic aidsp. 36
Ultrasonographyp. 36
Urethral catheterizationp. 38
Centesisp. 45
Cytologyp. 46
Biopsy techniquesp. 48
Blood and urine analysesp. 51
Urodynamicsp. 53
Endoscopyp. 55
Differential diagnosis and treatmentp. 57
Non-prostatic dysuriap. 59
Diagnosisp. 59
Treatmentp. 63
Prostatic disordersp. 91
Diagnosisp. 91
Treatmentp. 94
Urinary tract traumap. 106
Renal traumap. 106
Uroperitoneump. 112
Treatment of urinary tract traumap. 112
Other causes of haematuriap. 123
Diagnosisp. 123
Treatmentp. 128
Urinary incontinencep. 134
Urinary incontinence in juvenile animalsp. 134
Urinary incontinence in adult animalsp. 142
Urethral sphincter mechanism incompetencep. 145
References and further readingp. 160
Indexp. 169
Appendicesp. 176
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