Veterinary Microbiology 3rd Edition (PDF)

Veterinary Microbiology 3rd Edition

Author: D. Scott McVey,Melissa Kennedy & M.M. Chengappa
Release at: 2013
Pages: 648
Edition: 3rd Edition
File Size: 88 MB
File Type: PDF
Language: English




Description of Veterinary Microbiology 3rd Edition (PDF)

Veterinary Microbiology 3rd Edition by D. Scott McVey,Melissa Kennedy & M.M. Chengappa is a great book for study Veterinary science available in (eBook) PDF download. This collection of chapters and supporting materials is intended to provide a very broad overview of veterinary microbiology and infectious diseases. The writings represent a combination of the biology of the organisms that cause or are associated with disease and the diseases themselves. The scope of this book is intended to be general to appeal both to beginning students of veterinary sciences and to seasoned veterinary practitioners and scientists. Like many textbooks, this book will hopefully be a strong starting place for the study of veterinary infectious diseases as well as a good reference text. The content emphasizes diseases that occur in North America, but many global, transboundary disease content is included.

The first section of the book is an introduction to infectious disease pathogenesis, diagnosis, and clinical management. These chapters are intended to provide a basis of understanding and discussion for later chapters describing specific organisms and diseases. The second section describes bacterial and fungal pathogens. This section covers a very diverse set of pathogens and many diseases, but yet the similarities of pathogenesis, virulence properties, and host responses among these organisms are striking. The third section of the book describes viral diseases and the viruses responsible.We have tried to emphasize the consequences of virus infections and the host responses. The last section of the book is a systematic approach of describing infection and disease of animals. In the spirit of one medicine, the chapters take a comparative approach to describing both differences and similarities of diseases across many affected species.

We have invited a group of outstanding microbiologists/ experts to contribute to this book.We believe the contents are accurate and up-to-date. However, we welcome any comments or suggestions that you may have regarding the contents of this book.




Content of Veterinary Virology 3rd Edition (PDF)


PART I INTRODUCTION

Chapter 1: Pathogenicity and Virulence

Chapter 2: Immune Responses to Infectious Agents

Chapter 3: Laboratory Diagnosis

Chapter 4: Antimicrobial Chemotherapy

Chapter 5: Vaccines

PART II BACTERIA AND FUNGI

Chapter 6: Family Enterobacteriaceae

Chapter 7: Enterobacteriaceae: Escherichia

Chapter 8: Enterobacteriaceae: Salmonella

Chapter 9: Enterobacteriaceae: Yersinia

Chapter 10: Enterobacteriaceae: Shigella

Chapter 11: Pasteurellaceae: Avibacterium, Bibersteinia, Mannheimia, and Pasteurella

Chapter 12: Pasteurellaceae: Actinobacillus

Chapter 13: Pasteurellaceae: Haemophilus and Histophilus

Chapter 14: Bordetella

Chapter 15: Brucella

Chapter 16: Burkholderia mallei and Burkholderia pseudomallei

Chapter 17: Francisella tularensis

Chapter 18: Moraxella

Chapter 19: Pseudomonas

Chapter 20: Taylorella

Chapter 21: Spiral-Curved Organisms I: Borrelia

Chapter 22: Spiral-Curved Organisms II: Brachyspira (Serpulina) and Lawsonia

Chapter 23: Spiral-Curved Organisms III: Campylobacter and Arcobacter

Chapter 24: Spiral-Curved Organisms IV: Helicobacter

Chapter 25: Spiral-Curved Organisms V: Leptospira

Chapter 26: Staphylococcus

Chapter 27: Streptococcus and Enterococcus

Chapter 28: Arcanobacterium

Chapter 29: Bacillus

Chapter 30: Corynebacterium

Chapter 31: Erysipelothrix

Chapter 32: Listeria

Chapter 33: Rhodococcus

Chapter 34: Gram-Negative, Non-spore-Forming Anaerobes

Chapter 35: Clostridium

Chapter 36: Filamentous Bacteria: Actinomyces, Nocardia, Dermatophilus, and Streptobacillus

Chapter 37: Mycobacterium

Chapter 38: Chlamydiaceae

Chapter 39: Mollicutes

Chapter 40: Rickettsiaceae and Coxiellaceae: Rickettsia and Coxiella

Chapter 41: Anaplasmataceae: Ehrlichia and Neorickettsia

Chapter 42: Anaplasmataceae: Anaplasma

Chapter 43: Bartonellaceae

Chapter 44: Yeasts—Cryptococcus, Malassezia, and Candida

Chapter 45: Dermatophytes

Chapter 46: Agents of Subcutaneous Mycoses

Chapter 47: Agents of Systemic Mycoses

PART III VIRUSES

Chapter 48: Pathogenesis of Viral Diseases

Chapter 49: Parvoviridae and Circoviridae

Chapter 50: Asfarviridae and Iridoviridae

Chapter 51: Papillomaviridae and Polyomaviridae

Chapter 52: Adenoviridae

Chapter 53: Herpesviridae

Chapter 54: Poxviridae

Chapter 55: Poxviridae

Chapter 56: Caliciviridae

Chapter 57: Togaviridae and Flaviviridae

Chapter 58: Orthomyxoviridae

Chapter 59: Bunyaviridae

Chapter 60: Paramyxoviridae, Filoviridae, and Bornaviridae

Chapter 61: Rhabdoviridae

Chapter 62: Coronaviridae

Chapter 63: Arteriviridae and Roniviridae

Chapter 64: Reoviridae

Chapter 65: Birnaviridae

Chapter 66: Retroviridae

Chapter 67: Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies

PART IV CLINICAL APPLICATIONS

Chapter 68: Circulatory System and Lymphoid Tissues

Chapter 69: Digestive System and Associated Organs

Chapter 70: Integumentary System

Chapter 71: Musculoskeletal System

Chapter 72: Nervous System

Chapter 73: Ocular Infections

Chapter 74: Respiratory System

Chapter 75: Urogenital System

Index

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