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This new Manual builds on the success of the first edition of the BSAVA Manual of Small Animal Ophthalmology This new edition begins with a clear and concise guide to the examination of the eye Using the techniues described and the lists of differential diagnoses provided in Appendix I it should be possible for ocular lesions to be identified and localized with precision Chapters on imaging techniues radiography ultrasonography CT and MRI and laboratory investigations followNew to this edition are chapters on anaesthesia and surgery Basic principles such as tissue separation and suturing are described and illustrated with specially commissioned drawings Ocular conditions of dogs and cats are covered in chapters on specific regions progressing from the adnexa orbit and periorbital regions eyelids and lacrimal system to the eye itself and thence to the connections between the eye and the brain Each chapter starts with a short section that considers the relevant anatomy and physiology of that portion of the eye Following a consideration of diagnostic tests clinical features are described and illustrated by a wealth of high uality full colour images Medical and surgical management are then discussed for each condition Conditions of the dog and cat are mostly considered separately except where there are close similarities The last two chapters of the Manual briefly describe ocular conditions of rabbits and exotic species primates rodents birds reptiles and fish with emphasis on the commoner disorders and those that differ markedly from the conditions already described for the dog and cat The Manual is a practical consulting room guide to small animal ophthalmology but there is sufficient detail to satisfy those who wish to study this fascinating specialty in greater depthBSAVA BVNA and FECAVA members can claim their member discount by ordering direct from British Small Animal Veterinary Association Woodrow House 1 Telford Way Waterwells Business Park uedgeley Gloucester GL2 4AB Tel 01452 726709 Fax 01452 726701 E mail publicationsbsavacom wwwbsavacom

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BSAVA Manual of Small Animal OphthalmologyThis new Manual builds on the success of the first edition of the BSAVA Manual of Small Animal Ophthalmology This new edition begins with a clear and concise guide to the examination of the eye Using the techniues described and the lists of differential diagnoses provided in Appendix I it should be possible for ocular lesions to be identified and localized with precision Chapters on imaging techniues radiography ultrasonography CT and MRI and laboratory investigations followNew to this edition are chapters on anaesthesia and surgery Basic principles such as tissue separation and suturing are described and illustrated with specially commissioned drawings Ocular conditions of dogs and cats are covered in chapters on specific regions progressing from the adnexa orbit and periorbital regions eyelids and lacrimal system to the eye itself and thence to the connections between the eye and the brain Each chapter starts with a short section that considers the relevant anatomy and physiology of that portion of the eye Following a consideration of diagnostic tests clinical features are described and illustrated by a wealth of high uality full colour images Medical and surgical management are then discussed for each condition Conditions of the dog and cat are mostly considered separately except where there are close similarities The last two chapters of the Manual briefly describe ocular conditions of rabbits and exotic species primates rodents birds reptiles and fish with emphasis on the commoner disorders and those that differ markedly from the conditions already described for the dog and cat The Manual is a practical consulting room guide to small animal ophthalmology but there is sufficient detail to satisfy those who wish to study this fascinating specialty in greater depthBSAVA BVNA and FECAVA members can claim their member discount by ordering direct from British Small Animal Veterinary Association Woodrow House 1 Telford Way Waterwells Business Park uedgeley Gloucester GL2 4AB Tel 01452 726709 Fax 01452 726701 E mail publicationsbsavacom wwwbsavacom