By Luisa De Risio
Epilepsy is likely one of the such a lot normal power neurological illnesses and is a standard but not easy presentation in veterinary surgical procedures. This e-book covers seizure pathogenesis, classifications, diagnostic investigations, emergency remedies and long term remedies, with a wide part on pharmacological intervention. Filling a substantial hole within the veterinary literature, it comprises tables and charts for speedy reference in the course of emergencies. This publication discusses the way to distinguish among epileptic and non-neurological seizures, and gives case reviews to demonstrate assorted occurrences of epilepsy.
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Canine and Feline Epilepsy: Diagnosis and Management by Luisa De Risio