Mechanisms of Disease: A Textbook of Comparative General Pathology
Williams & Wilkins, 1990 - Antibiotics - 541 pages
-- This classic text, the only text devoted to general veterinary pathology, focuses on new advances in our understanding of the complex mechanisms by which mammals become sick.
-- The third edition has been reformatted to provide both students and practitioners a more open, accessible design.
Pathology is a fundamental part of the veterinary curriculum, and all students take at least one semester in general pathology and one in special, or systemic, pathology. Slauson-Cooper has been the book of choice in general veterinary pathology since 1982. It introduces students to disease concepts inherent in clinical medicine through the study of pathogenetic mechanisms and stresses the importance of critical thinking. Pathology is a changing science. Various microbes and toxins still often cause disease, but the continuing fascination is with how disease occurs.
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