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3D Nephrology in small animals

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V edici edukačních publikací nakladatelství Servet obohatí knihovničky praktických veterinárních lékařů o edukační publikaci zabývající se problematikou onemocnění ledvin. Spirálová vazba a vyšší gramáž stránek umožňuje publikaci používat k osvětě majitelů urologických pacientů. Publikace je bohatě ilustrována celobarevnými fotografiemi, ilustracemi, RTG a USG záznamy. Samozřejmě je doplněna QR kódy s odkazy na webovou stránku této publikace, kde jsou umístěny velice kvalitní videosnímky. Autoři publikaci člení podle urologických onemocnění. Popis každého onemocnění nebo postižení je členěno na úvod, patofyziologie, příčiny, klinické příznaky, diagnostiku a klasifikaci, terapii.

Autor: Cortadellas Rodríguez, Óscar;Suárez Rey, María Luisa

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NakladatelServet
ISBN9788417225339
Vydání2018
Vazbapevná
Počet stran116
Popis

This book describes, in a way that greatly facilitates learning, the most relevant renal diseases in cats and dogs, with a focus on their pathophysiology and diagnosis, as well as on how they can be treated. The content not only reflects the latest advances in nephrology, but also shows the kidney in a way rarely seen in veterinary medicine. Either by navigating through the ebook or by using the QR codes in the printed version, readers will be able to view animations designed to explain the anatomy and physiology of the kidney, the pathophysiology of renal diseases, and certain surgical techniques. Videos of the most common diagnostic techniques are also included, together with many images, diagrams and 3D illustrations, which turn this book into a very useful resource. This book will undoubtedly help veterinary surgeons by providing them with very accurate scientific information; it may also be used to aid communication with pet owners.
Óscar Cortadellas Rodríguez holds a degree in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Zaragoza (1989) and a PhD in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Murcia (2004). Since 1990, he has worked as a private clinician at the Germanías Veterinary Clinic, Gandía, Valencia (Spain). Since 2016, he has also worked as an internal medicine specialist at the Clinical Veterinary Hospital CEU-UCH, Valencia. His areas of interest within the field of internal medicine include nephrology, cardiology, and infectious diseases. He has published articles in national and international journals, spoken at numerous national congresses, and has presented papers at various international conferences for internal medicine specialists.
María Luisa Suárez Rey holds a degree in Veterinary Medicine from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Lugo of the University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain (1991). In 1997, she was awarded her PhD in Veterinary Medicine by the same university. She began her teaching career as an associate professor in 1997 and is currently a full professor of Medical Pathology in the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Lugo. In addition, she works as an internal medicine specialist at the Rof Codina Clinical Veterinary Hospital, Lugo.

Obsah
1. Renal anatomy and physiology1
Introduction2
Kidneys2
Renal irrigation4
Innervation and lymphatic drainage5
Ureters5
Bladder5
Urethra6
Renal physiology6
Uropoietic function6
Endocrine functions9
2. Hereditary nephropathies12
Introduction14
Polycystic disease15
Treatment17
Renal dysplasia18
Hereditary nephritis19
Amyloidosis19
Immune-mediated glomerulonephritis20
Tubulopathies21
Fanconi syndrome21
Cystinuria22
Renal glycosuria23
3. Glomerular diseases24
Introduction26
Glomerulonephritis26
Classification26
Pathogenesis26
Clinical presentation29
Diagnosis29
Treatment29
Renal amyloidosis31
Introduction31
Pathogenesis31
Clinical presentation31
Diagnosis32
Treatment32
Nephrotic syndrome33
Clinical presentation33
Pathophysiology34
Treatment34
DIAGNOSIS OF GLOMERULAR DISEASE35
Proteinuria35
Physiology and classification of proteinuria35
Practical assessment of proteinuria37
Prognostic factor39
Kidney biopsy39
Pre-biopsy considerations41
Techniques for obtaining kidney biopsies41
Aftercare and complications42
Processing of biopsy samples42
Diagnostic utility of the biopsy43
4. Pyelonephritis44
Introduction46
Pathophysiology46
Clinical presentation47
Diagnosis47
Treatment49
5. Nephroureterolithiasis50
Introduction52
Clinical presentation52
Diagnosis53
Treatment54
6. Hydronephrosis65
Introduction58
Aetiology58
Clinical presentation59
Diagnosis59
Ultrasound59
Radiography60
Treatment61
7. Renal abcesses62
Introduction64
Clinical presentation64
Diagnosis64
Treatment65
8. Perirenal pseudocysts66
Introduction68
Clinical presentation69
Diagnosis70
Treatment71
9. Idiopathic renal haematuria72
Introduction74
Clinical presentation74
Diagnosis74
Treatment77
10. Acute kidney injury78
Introduction80
Phases of AKI81
Aetiology and pathogenesis81
Prerenal damage82
Postrenal damage82
Intrinsic renal damage83
Specific causes of AKI83
Ethylene glycol poisoning83
Leptospirosis84
Nephrotoxicity caused by aminoglycoside antibiotics84
Nephrotoxicity caused by grapes and raisins84
Nephrotoxicity caused by lilies84
Nephrotoxicity caused by NSAIDs84
Hypercalcaemia84
AKI secondary to heat stroke85
Clinical presentation85
Diagnosis86
Treatment88
11. Chronic kidney disease90
Introduction92
Pathophysiology of CKD92
Causes of CKD93
Clinical presentation93
Diagnosis and classification of CKD93
Treatment95
12. Kidney and bladder tumours98
Kidney tumours100
Diagnosis102
Treatment102
Bladder tumours104
Clinical presentation104
Diagnosis105
Treatment105