Infectious Diseases of Wild Mammals, 3rd Edition
January 2000, Wiley-Blackwell
Infectious Diseases of Wild Mammals, Third Edition presents the latest information on the diagnosis and treatment of infectious disease in both free-ranging and captive wild mammals. Editors Elizabeth Williams and Ian Barker have recruited 71 contributors, all noted experts in their fields, to update this new edition.
This reference provides valuable information on each disease, including
- Clinical signs
This latest edition is a leading reference book for
- Wildlife biologists, managers, and rehabilitators
- Biology students
- Public health workers
Part 1. Viral and Prion Diseases.
1. Rabies (Charles E. Rupprecht, Klaus Stohr, and Courtney Meredith).
2. Morbilliviral Diseases.
3. Bluetongue, Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease, and Other Orbivirus-Related Diseases (Elizabeth W. Hoswerth, David E. Stalknecht, and Peter D. Kirkland).
4. Arbovirus Infections (Thomas M. Yuill and Charles Seymour).
5. Parcornavirus Infections (Gavin R. Thomson, Roy G. Bengis, and Corrie C. Brown).
6. Parvovirus Infections (Ian K. Barker and Colin R. Parrish).
7. Herpesvirus Infections.
8. Poxvirus Infections (Anthony J. Robinson and Peter J. Kerr).
9. Adenovirus Diseases (Leslie W. Woods).
10. Retrovirus Infections (Michael Worley).
11. Papillomavirus Infections (John P. Sundberg, Marc Van Ranst, and A. Bennett Jensen).
12. Pestivirus Infections (Hana Van Campen, Kari Frolich, and Martin Hofmann).
13. Coronaviral Infections (James F. Evermann and David A. Benfield).
14. Rodent-borne Hemorrhagic Fever Viruses (James N. Mills and James E. Childs).
15. Orthomyxovirus and Paramyxovirus Infections (Hana Van Campen and Greg Early).
16. Calicivirus Infections (Cor Lenghaus, Michael J. Studdert, and Dolores Gavier-Widen).
17. Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies (Elizabeth S. Williams, James K. Kirkwood, and Michael W. Miller).
Part 2. Bacterial and Mycotic Diseases.
18. Tularemia (Torsten Morner and Edward Addison).
19. Plague and Yersiniosis (Peter W. Gasper and Rowena P. Watson).
20. Pasreurellosis (Michael W. Miller).
21. Mycobacterial Diseases.
22. Brucellosis (E. Tom Thorne).
23. Anthrax (C. Cormack Gates, Brett Elkin, and Dan Dragon).
24. Diseases due to Mycoplasmas (Kevin Whithear).
25. Chlamydiosis of Koalas (Richard Whittington).
26. Lyme Borreliosis (Richard N. Brown and Elizabeth C. Burgess).
27. Order Rickettsiales.
28. Miscellaneous Bacterial Infections.
29. Mycotic Diseases (Kathy Burek).
Elizabeth S. Williams, DVM, PhD, is a professor of
veterinary sciences at the University of Wyoming. She has been
specializing in the research of infectious diseases of wild animals
since 1977. She also serves as a diagnostic pathologist.
Ian K. Barker, DVM, PhD, is professor of veterinary pathology in the Department of Pathobiology in the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph. His research focuses on infectious diseases of wild animals, and he is an expert in alimentary tract diseases.