Amphibian Medicine and Captive Husbandry

By Kevin N. Wright and Brent R. Whitaker

Amphibian Medicine and Captive Husbandry PDF is designed to introduce veterinary practitioners to the diagnosis and treatment of disease in captive amphibians. It covers various aspects of amphibian captive husbandry and propagation while providing the reader with a foundation on which to evaluate a given husbandry routine. The diagnosis of disease in amphibians by the application of basic clinicopathologic techniques is discussed, and infectious, metabolic, nutritional, neoplastic and idiopathic disorders of amphibians are also covered.

Table of Contents
  1. Evolution of the Amphibia
  2. Taxonomy of Amphibians Kept in Captivity
  3. Anatomy for the Clinician
  4. Applied Physiology
  5. Amphibian Husbandry and Housing
  6. Diets for Captive Amphibians
  7. Nutritional Disorders
  8. Clinical Techniques
  9. Restraint Techniques and Euthanasia
  10. Clinical Microbiology of Amphibians for the
  11. Exotic Practice
  12. Amphibian Hematology
  13. Water Quality
  14. Bacterial Diseases
  15. Mycoses
  16. Protozoa and Metazoa Infecting Amphibians
  17. Clinical Toxicology
  18. Trauma
  19. Color Plates
  20. Idiopathic Syndromes
  21. The Amphibian Eye
  22. Diagnostic Imaging of Amphibians
  23. Surgical Techniques
  24. Reproduction
  25. Quarantine
  26. Pharmacotherapeutics
  27. Necropsy
  28. Spontaneous Neoplasia in Amphibia
  29. Pathology of Amphibia

Index

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