Large Animal Internal Medicine, 4e
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With this user-friendly format, you can find essential information about specific diseases and reach a diagnosis by simply identifying the signs.A unique problem-based approach with discussions of over 150 clinical signs and manifestations helps you quickly reach a diagnosis based on observations and laboratory tests.Causes of Presenting Signs boxes provide easy access to complete lists of common, less common, and uncommon diseases associated with manifestations or signs of disease.Complete lists of diseases associated with a given lab abnormality in Causes of Abnormal Laboratory Values boxes help you easily interpret abnormalities in clinical chemistry, hematol
field practictioner bible gianvi very complete book about food animals, camelids and horses. useful for both students and practitioners, it provides complete and precious informations about all the problems you could be called to solve during your in-field service.. Must have for any large animal practitioner. welshgirl Extensive coverage of diseases (etiology, pathophys, diagnosing, treatment) for horses, cattle, sheep and goats. It has an appendix which is very useful for differentials. Smith is a well known and well respected authority in the practice of veterinary medicine. Keep it on your truck, in your office, close at hand for quick referral. There is hardly any discussion of lameness, so I would suggest a separate book such as Diagnosis and Management of Lameness in the Horse by Ross and Dyson. Combine this book with a good surgery book and you are good to go.. Loves it robert I bought the book for my girlfreind as a gift for her white coat ceremony. I didn't know it but it is the one she was wanting but Gona wait to get till she graduats in a year. Her 1st rotation was Large animal, she said the 1st day that this book was in the office and looked well used. So that tells me that it is a great reference for vets working in the field. If I need to buy another book for someone that is in the veternarian feild this is the one I would get hands down !! SHE LOVES IT!!!
It is suitable as a reference book for students, general practitioners and specialists alike, and is well worth the price as a comprehensive review of large animal medicine. Veterinary Record, February 2009 . If you purchase only one textbook for large animal practice, be your work mainly equine or farm animal, this is the one you should buy. This is a truly global large animal veterinary medicine textbook, while retaining its relevance to UK and Irish practitioners