Current veterinary therapy 3: food animal practice
Over 250 contributors and 18 consulting editors examine all aspects of the prevention, therapy, and management of food animal diseases. International experts discuss everything--from special therapy and procedures to dietary management and diseases of the digestive system.
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Veterinary Medicine: A Textbook of the Diseases of Cattle, Sheep, Pigs ...
O. M. Radostits
No preview available - 2000
Therapeutic Management of Inflammation 8 Antimicrobial Therapy
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