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List of contributors Foreword Preface 1 Biology, anatomy and physiology Anna Meredith 2 Husbandry Richard Saunders 3 Nutrition and feeding Jenny Prebble 4 Reproduction Sarah Elliott and Brigitte Lord 5 Normal behaviour and behaviour problems E. Anne McBride 6 The rabbit-friendly practice Molly Varga 7 Physical examination and clinical techniques Jenna Richardson and Emma Keeble 8 General nursing care and hospital management Wendy Bament and Gidona Goodman 9 Clinical pathology Petra Wesche 10 Analgesia, sedation and anaesthesia Kevin Eatwell 11 Respiratory disease Joanna Hedley 12 Digestive system disease Frances Harcourt-Brown 13 Urogenital system and reproductive disease Elisabetta Mancinelli and Brigitte Lord 14 Cardiovascular disease Connie Orcutt 15 Nervous system and musculoskeletal disorders Emma Keeble 16 Ophthalmology Tim Knott 17 Dermatoses Anna Meredith 18 Neoplasia Molly Varga 19 Endocrine disease Angela M. Lennox and Kellie A. Fecteau 20 Problems of the geriatric rabbit John Chitty 21 Therapeutics Richard Saunders 22 Approach to common conditions Anna Meredith and Brigitte Lord Appendices 1 Common diseases of rabbits Anna Meredith and Brigitte Lord 2 Differential diagnoses based on clinical signs Anna Meredith and Brigitte Lord 3 Dorsal immobility response Sally Everitt Index
Anna Meredith MA VetMB PhD CertLAS DZooMed MRCVS Anna is Professor of Zoological and Conservation Medicine at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, University of Edinburgh, and Head of the Exotic Animal and Wildlife Service, and has over 20 years clinical and teaching experience with rabbits and other exotic pets. Anna lectures internationally on rabbits and many other aspects of exotic animal and wildlife medicine, and is a recipient of the BSAVA Blaine Award for her work in the advancement of rabbit medicine. She is co-editor and authors chapters in the BSAVA Manual of Exotic Pets and BSAVA Manual of Rodents and Ferrets. Brigitte Lord BVetMed (Hons) CertZooMed MRCVS Brigitte graduated with honours from the Royal Veterinary College, London, in 2002. After a period as an exotic animal locum and small animal assistant, she joined the Royal (Dick) Veterinary School in Edinburgh as a small animal intern. She was appointed the first RWF Rabbit and Zoo Animal Resident in the UK in 2004, based at Bristol Zoo and the University of Bristol. She ran a rabbit and exotic veterinary referral service in the south west and returned to R(D)VS in 2008 as a lecturer in rabbit medicine and surgery. Brigitte holds an RCVS certificate in Zoological Medicine and is working towards her diploma.