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• Section A Endocrinology 1
Case 1 presenting with polyuria/polydipsia 3
Case 2 presenting with seizures 17
Case 3 presenting with lethargy and weight loss 27
Case 4 presenting with alopecia and polyuria/polydipsia 39
Case 5 presenting with weight gain, lethargy and coat abnormalities 53
• Section B Haematology and Immunology 61
Case 6 presenting with lethargy and pigmenturia 63
Case 7 presenting with lethargy and vomiting 75
Case 8 presenting with lethargy and lameness 85
Case 9 presenting with lethargy and lameness also 99
• Section C Hepatobiliary Disease 105
Case 10 presenting with abdominal pain 107
Case 11 presenting with mentation abnormalities 117
Case 12 presenting with jaundice 131
• Section D Gastroenterology 153
Case 13 presenting with diarrhoea, ascites and seizures 155
Case 14 presenting with inappetence and vomiting 167
Case 15 presenting with diarrhoea and weight loss 181
Case 16 presenting with regurgitation 195
• Section E Respiratory 205
Case 17 presenting with cough and tachypnoea 207
Case 18 presenting with episodes of dyspnoea 217
Case 19 presenting with tachypnoea 225
• Section F Ear, Nose and Throat 237
Case 20 presenting with exercise intolerance 239
Case 21 presenting with epistaxis 247
• Section G Cardiovascular 259
Case 22 presenting with lethargy and ascites 261
Case 23 presenting with lethargy and heart murmur 275
• Section H Urology and Nephrology 287
Case 24 presenting with azotaemia on pre-anaesthetic blood sample 289
Case 25 presenting with dysuria 303
Case 26 presenting with haematuria 311
• Section I Reproductive/Genital Tract 325
Case 27 presenting with blood from the penis 327
• Section J Oncology 339
Case 28 presenting with pelvic limb swelling 341
Case 29 presenting with weight loss and tachypnoea 349
Case 30 presenting with lymphadenomegaly 361
• Section K Neurology 379
Case 31 presenting with ocular changes and regurgitation 381
Case 32 presenting with stiff ness and dysphagia 389
• Section L Infectious diseases 395
Case 33 presenting with lethargy and polyuria 397
Case 34 presenting with lethargy, vomiting and jaundice 413
Appendix 1: Index of Tables and Figures, Pearls and Clinical Skills Generated 421
Appendix 2: Diagnosis by Case 435
Appendix 3: Conversion Table of SI to Common Units 437

A unique, case-based guide to diagnosing and treating a wide range of conditions encountered in canine internal medicine
Canine Internal Medicine: What's Your Diagnosis? is an ideal guide to how internal medicine cases are handled in the clinical setting. This text is part of an exciting series, which combines problem-based learning, case studies, and questions and answers. Designed for veterinarians in practice and students, the series presents material in a format designed to enhance critical thinking and understanding.

Adopting a case-based approach, chapters are built around body systems and are directed by questions to test the reader's ability to interpret clinical history, illustrative images and diagnostic results in order to provide differential diagnoses, diagnostic plans and treatment options. Common pitfalls in diagnosis and management are discussed, and you will benefit from the experience of the author as a busy and experienced clinician.
An innovative and interesting way to increase knowledge and skills in canine internal medicine,
Canine Internal Medicine: What's Your Diagnosis? is an indispensable resource for veterinary students, veterinarians in small animal practice, and those studying for post-graduate qualification in small animal medicine.

Jon Wray is a Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine and Head of Cardiology at Dick White Referrals, one of the busiest small animal multidisciplinary referral hospitals in the UK. He is an RCVS Recognised Specialist in Small Animal Medicine, Honorary Associate Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine at the University of Nottingham, and was previously Chief Examiner for the RCVS Diploma and Certificate in Small Animal Medicine.