Black's veterinary dictionary

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Barnes & Noble Books, 1998 - Medical - 595 pages
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This encyclopaedic dictionary offers practical help and reference material to all veterinary surgeons and nurses, students and journalists. Entries define and describe bacteria, viruses, carriers and diseases; they offer causes, diagnoses, signs and treatment (including first aid), pointing out the variations in the nature of a disease when it occurs in different animals, and taking account of international scientific research observations and findings.

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Contents

Section 1
55
Section 2
62
Section 3
102
Section 4
125
Section 5
161
Section 6
191
Section 7
206
Section 8
222
Section 17
396
Section 18
400
Section 19
426
Section 20
454
Section 21
456
Section 22
457
Section 23
465
Section 24
475

Section 9
223
Section 10
226
Section 11
276
Section 12
316
Section 13
327
Section 14
366
Section 15
373
Section 16
393
Section 25
478
Section 26
497
Section 27
554
Section 28
564
Section 29
577
Section 30
590
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About the author (1998)

Edward Boden is a former editor of The Veterinary Record. He was founding editor of In Practice, the BVA's journal of continuing professional development.

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