Clinical Immunodermatology in Small Animals

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Clinical Immunodermatology in Small Animals

Clinical Immunodermatology In Small Animals

By Carlos Vich Cordón and Fernando Fariñas Guerrero

Servet presents this innovative work written by two specialists in the field. Clinical Immunodermatology in Small Animals takes a holistic approach to the fields of dermatology and immunology, rather than approaching them as distinct subjects. In this way, different dermatoses are presented considering the corresponding immunological, immunopathological, and immunophysiological features. The combination of the two subjects makes this work an indispensable tool for readers, providing them with guidelines to tackle each pathology that are unique within the current literature.

Table of Contents

1.Basic cutaneous immunology and immunopathology
Skin immunity
A brief introduction to the immune response
Types of immunological hypersensitivity
Diagnosis of dermatological allergies
Desensitisation immunotherapy
Immunodeficiencies and dermatosis
Immunomodulators in dermatology
2.Introduction to clinical dermatology
Introduction to clinical dermatology
Clinical dermatology terminology
Skin cytology
3.Immune-mediated skin diseases
Atopic dermatitis. Clinical case
Food allergy. Clinical case
Angioedema and urticaria. Clinical case
Flea allergy dermatitis. Clinical case
Arthropod bite hypersensitivity. Clinical case
Eosinophilic granuloma. Clinical case
Contact hypersensitivity. Clinical case
Cutaneous vasculitis. Clinical case
Pemphigus foliaceus. Clinical case
Discoid lupus erythematosus. Clinical case
Dermatomyositis. Clinical case
Uveodermatologic syndrome. Clinical case
Vitiligo. Clinical case
Erythema multiforme and toxic epidermal necrolysis. Clinical case
Sebaceous adenitis. Clinical case
Lymphocytic folliculitis (alopecia areata and pseudopelade). Clinical case
Plasma cell or lymphoplasmacytic pododermatitis. Clinical case
Idiopathic sterile granuloma and pyogranuloma. Clinical case
Postinflammatory hyperpigmentation/hypopigmentation. Clinical case
Skin reactions to drugs and vaccines. Clinical case
Panniculitis and cellulitis. Clinical case
Lupoid onychodystrophy. Clinical case
4. Cutaneous neoplasms of immune origin
Histiocytoma. Clinical case
Canine mastocytoma. Clinical case
Cutaneous lymphoma. Clinical case
Melanoma. Clinical case

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