Poultry Diseases

Poultry Diseases

Hardback Saunders W.B.

Edited by Mark Pattison, Edited by Paul McMullin, Edited by Janet M. Bradbury, Edited by Dennis J. Alexander

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  • Publisher: Saunders (W.B.) Co Ltd
  • Format: Hardback | 632 pages
  • Dimensions: 163mm x 236mm x 36mm | 1,247g
  • Publication date: 1 December 2007
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0702028622
  • ISBN 13: 9780702028625
  • Edition: 6, Revised
  • Edition statement: 6th Revised edition
  • Illustrations note: Approx. 100 illustrations
  • Sales rank: 396,904

Product description

Now in its sixth edition, "Poultry Diseases" is once again fully revised with the addition of vital new material. It remains the standard reference work on health and disease for those involved in the poultry industry, government and veterinary education. Following a familiar structure, readers of the sixth edition gain concise but major reviews on current knowledge of general and disease-specific topics discussed over 45 (5 new) chapters in seven sections. With a large international team of contributors led by an authoritative editor team and a Foreword by Professor Frank Jordan, "Poultry Diseases" is an invaluable resource for the practicing veterinarian, poultry inspector, agricultural manager or veterinary student.

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This edition has a number of new chapters, as well as expansion and updating of the chapters from the previous version. A new chapter on "laboratory investigation" complements the chapter on "how to carry out a field investigation."The text is easy to read and the format allows the reader to access information quickly on a specific pathogen or disease, making it a useful reference text.This is a first-class book, which is both readable and a comprehensive reference text. It should be in the library of every poultry practice or general practice that aspires to do poultry work.The Veterinary Record, May 2008 The book aims to be the definitive standard reference work on current health and disease issues relevant to anyone involved in working with poultry, with an emphasis on the poultry industry. The editors have done an excellent job of condensing a diverse wealth of knowledge into an acessible format. A large international team of contributors and UK editors, who are active and renowned in their particular fields, has written the chapters and this provides new approaches and ideas. There is good use of high-quality photographs and diagrams, with the easy layout allowing information to obtained quickly. This is a much-needed textbook that provides detailed information on poultry diseases, and is of interest to veterinarians working with small-scale and large-scale poultry-keeping situations. Veterinary Times, August 2008

Table of contents

Section 1 General Overview 1. The poultry industry 2. How to carry out a field investigation 3. Laboratory investigation to support health programmes and disease diagnosis 4. Biosecurity in poultry management 5. Vaccines and Vaccination 6. Medicines and medication 7. Legislation and poultry welfare Section 2 Bacterial Diseases 8. Enterobacteriaceae 9. Avian infections caused by species of Pasteurellaceae,Ornithobacterium and Riemerella: an introduction 10. Fowl cholera 11. Infectious coryza and related diseases 12. Gallibacterium infections and other avian Pasteurellaceae 13. Ornithobacterium rhinotracheale 14. Riemerella infections 15. Avian bordetellosis (turkey coryza) 16. Campylobacter 17. Staphylococci, streptococci and enterococci 18. Clostridia 19. Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae - erysipelas 20. Avian mycoplasmas 21. Avian chlamydophilosis (chlamydiosis/psittacosis/ornithosis) 22. Some other bacterial diseases Section 3 Viral Diseases 23. Herpesviridae (Marek's disease virus, Infectious laryngotracheitis, Duck virus enteritis) 24. Retroviridae 25. Paramyxoviridae (Paramyxovirinae, Pneumovirinae) 26. Orthomyxoviridae - Avian Influenza 27. Poxviridae 28. Coronaviridae 29. Picornaviridae 30. Birnarviridae 31. Adenoviridae 32. Reoviridae (Reoviruses, Rotaviruses) 33. Astroviridae 34. Circoviridae 35. Parvoviridae 36. Caliciviridae and hepeviruses 37. Arthropod-borne viruses Section 4 Fungal Diseases 38. Fungal diseases Section 5 Parasitic Diseases 39. Parasitic diseases Section 6 Diseases of Body Systems 40. Diseases of the musculoskeletal system Section 7 Other Disorders, Poisons and Toxins 41. Practical epidemiology of poultry disease and multi-factorial conditions 42. Nutritional disorders 43. Management as a cause of disease in poultry 44. Toxicants in poultry 45. Diseases of gamebirds Appendix: Some useful data Index