Veterinary Hematology

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Lea & Febiger, 1975 - Hématologie vétérinaire - 807 pages
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Blood volume and water balance; Materials and methods for the study of the blood, including brief comments on factors to be considered in interpretation; Normal values in blood morphology with comments on species characteristics in response to disease; Normal values in blood of laboratory, fur-bearing, and miscellaneous zoo and wild animals; Blood coagulation and fibrinolysis; The hematopoietic system; The blood platelets; The erythrocytes: their production, function, and destruction; The erythrocyte in disease; The leukocytes: structure, kinetics, function, and chemical interpretation; The leukemia complex; The plasma proteins; Immunohematology; Blood pictures in some common diseases of domestic animals.

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Blood Volume and Water Balance
Materials and Methods for the Study of the Blood Including Brief
Normal Values in Blood Morphology with Comments on Species

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