Color Atlas of Diseases and Disorders of the Horse
This book should provide students and practitioners with a concise, practical reference of the more commonly encountered diseases and disorders of the horse. The use of pictorial material with extensive text is designed to display significant pathognomonic and diagnostic features of equine diseases and abnormalities from around the world. The major emphasis is on the diagnosis and differential diagnosis of conditions, based on visual examination. For students and practitioners at all stages in their careers, good colour pictures can add enormously to their understanding and ability to recognize individual diseases. This need is acknowledged and fulfilled by the high visual content of the book, which will provide rapid reference material for veterinary practitioners without the requirement for long text descriptions.
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Conditions of the liver peritoneum and pancreas
Conditions of the respiratory tract
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