Clinical atlas of ear, nose and throat diseases in small animals: the case-based approach

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Schlütersche, Apr 1, 2002 - Medical - 208 pages
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This unprecedented full-color atlas moves through various aspects of diagnosing and managing diseases of the ear, upper respiratory tract, oral cavity, and pharynx in small animals.


Each chapter introduces a series of cases, describes how specialists handled them, adds broader support information, and concludes with other disorders that could affect the same anatomic area. The reader’s challenge is to note the signalment and history for each case, decide a diagnosis and management plan up front, then proceed stage by stage through the text, comparing what was envisioned with the actual steps taken and their outcomes.

More than 350 full-color photos and radiographs, detailed procedural illustrations, and superb surgical drawings help relate the text to patient signs actually seen in practice. The editors have designed this highly practical, case-based reference guide for ease and enjoyment of learning.

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About the author (2002)

Richard White is McClelland Professor of Pacific Northwest History at the University of Washington. Patricia Nelson Limerick is Professor of History at the University of Colorado. James R. Grossman is Director of the Dr. William M. Scholl Center for Family and Community History at the Newberry Library in Chicago.

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