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Swine Disease Manual

The Swine Disease Manual (ISBN 978-0-9843503-0-8) is an informative reference for students, instructors, practitioners, technicians, and anyone working in the swine industry. It provides a concise overview of most diseases and syndromes affecting swine, with diseases grouped by etiologic agent. DISCLAIMER: Information in this manual comes from many sources and may contain errors. In particular, information on drugs, chemicals, antibiotics, anthelmintics, parasiticides, feed additives, vaccines and any other agents used to prevent or treat swine diseases may contain errors and inaccuracies. Veterinarians and all others using those products are advised to use their own independent, best judgment, based on the most recent and authoritative information provided by those producing the product. Also, management changes and management practices mentioned in the manual are to be used at the discretion of the owner(s) of the swine or the person(s) charged with those responsibilities. Neither the authors nor universities nor diagnostic laboratories they represent shall be liable for damage caused by reliance on information in this manual.

Swine Disease Manual (Fourth Edition)

Edited by E.J. Neumann, A. Ramirez, and K.J. Schwartz. The fourth edition has been completely revised and updated, and contains new information on clostridial disease, salmonellosis, porcine circovirus, and more! The book is 170 pages, indexed, and contains a section of tables that provide a quick overview of diseases affecting a single body system and aid in differential diagnosis. An excellent study guide for veterinary board examinations!

Section I

Diseases Caused by Bacteria, Mycoplasmas and Spirochetes

Chapter 1: Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae (APP) [RIS]

Chapter 2: Actinobacillus suis [RIS]

Chapter 3: Anthrax [RIS]

Chapter 4: Atrophic Rhinitis (Progressive Atrophic Rhinitis) [RIS]

Chapter 5: Brucellosis (Swine Brucellosis) [RIS]

Chapter 6: Clostridial Diarrhea [RIS]

Chapter 7: Colibacillosis (E. coli Diarrhea) [RIS]

Chapter 8: Edema Disease [RIS]

Chapter 9: Erysipelas (Swine Erysipelas) [RIS]

Chapter 10: Greasy Pig Disease (Exudative Epidermitis) [RIS]

Chapter 11: Haemophilus parasuis (Glasser’s Disease) [RIS]

Chapter 12: Leptospirosis [RIS]

Chapter 13: Mycoplasmal Pneumonia (Enzootic Pneumonia) [RIS]

Chapter 14: Pneumonic Pasteurellosis (Pasteurellosis; Pasteurella multocida) [RIS]

Chapter 15: Proliferative Enteritis (Porcine Proliferative Enteritis, Ileitis, Intestinal Adenomatosis, Garden-hose Gut) [RIS]

Chapter 16: Salmonellosis [RIS]

Chapter 17: Streptococcal Infections [RIS]

Chapter 18: Swine Dysentery and Spirochaetal Colitis (Brachyspira [previously Serpulina and Treponema] hyodysenteriae and Brachyspira pilosicoli) [RIS]

Chapter 19: Tuberculosis [RIS]

Section II

Domestic Viral Diseases

Chapter 20: Encephalomyocarditis [RIS]

Chapter 21: Hemagglutinating Encephalomyelitis (Vomiting and Wasting Disease) [RIS]

Chapter 22: Inclusion Body Rhinitis (Porcine Cytomegalovirus Infection) [RIS]

Chapter 23: Influenza (Swine Influenza; Swine Flu) [RIS]

Chapter 24: Parvovirus [RIS]

Chapter 25: Porcine Circovirus Associated Diseases (PCVD, PCVAD) [RIS]

Chapter 26: Porcine Picornaviruses (Enteroviruses) [RIS]

Chapter 27: Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS) [RIS]

Chapter 28: Pox (Swine Pox) [RIS]

Chapter 29: Pseudorabies (Aujeszky’s Disease) [RIS]

Chapter 30: Rotaviral Enteritis [RIS]

Chapter 31: Transmissible Gastroenteritis (TGE) [RIS]

Chapter 32: Vesicular Stomatitis [RIS]

Section III

Parasitic Diseases

Chapter 33: Coccidiosis [RIS]

Chapter 34: Kidney Worm Infection [RIS]

Chapter 35: Louse Infestation (Pediculosis) [RIS]

Chapter 36: Lungworm Infection (Metastrongylosis) [RIS]

Chapter 37: Mange (Sarcoptic Mange) [RIS]

Chapter 38: Mycoplasma suis (Eperythrozoonosis) [RIS]

Chapter 39: Nodular Worm Infection (Oesophagostomiasis) [RIS]

Chapter 40: Roundworm Infection (Ascariasis) [RIS]

Chapter 41: Thorny-headed Worm Infection [RIS]

Chapter 42: Threadworm Infection (Strongyloidosis) [RIS]

Chapter 43: Trichinellosis [RIS]

Chapter 44: Whipworm Infection (Trichuriasis) [RIS]

Section IV

Nutritional Deficiencies

Chapter 45: Nutritional Deficiencies [RIS]

Section V

Toxicoses and Poisonings

Chapter 46: Mycotoxicoses [RIS]

Chapter 47: Plant and Chemical Poisonings [RIS]

Chapter 48: Toxicities Caused by Gases [RIS]

Section VI

Miscellaneous Lesions, Conditions, and Syndromes

Chapter 49: Miscellaneous Lesions, Conditions, and Syndromes [RIS]

Chapter 50: Ulceration of the Pars Oesophagea (Gastric Ulcers; Ulcers) [RIS]

Section VII

Exotic Viral Diseases

Chapter 51: African Swine Fever [RIS]

Chapter 52: Blue Eye Disease (Paramyxovirus) [RIS]

Chapter 53: Classical Swine Fever (Hog Cholera) [RIS]

Chapter 54: Foot-and-Mouth Disease (FMD) [RIS]

Chapter 55: Japanese B Encephalitis [RIS]

Chapter 56: Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea [RIS]

Chapter 57: Vesicular Exanthema of Swine (San Miguel Sea Lion Viral Disease) [RIS]

Section VIII


Anthelmintics and Parasiticides for Swine [RIS]

Arthritis in Young Pigs and Associated Etiologic Agents [RIS]

Clostridial Diseases [RIS]

Diarrheal Diseases [RIS]

Diarrheal Disease at Various Ages [RIS]

Disease Associated with Central Nervous System (CNS) Signs [RIS]

Diseases Associated with Hemorrhage in Intestine [RIS]

Internal Parasites [RIS]

Mycoplasma-Related Diseases [RIS]

Reproductive Failure - Considerations when Farrowing Rate is Low [RIS]

Reproductive Failure by Infectious Causes [RIS]

Respiratory Diseases [RIS]

Skin Lesions and Diseases [RIS]

Vesiculating Viral Diseases [RIS]

Section IX

Appendix A

Abbreviations and acronyms [RIS]

Swine industry terminology [RIS]

Section X


Index [RIS]