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Mechanisms of Disease in Small Animal Surgery

By: M Joseph Bojrab(Editor), Eric Monnet(Editor)

788 pages, 450 b/w photos and b/w illustrations, 100 tables

Teton Newmedia

Hardback | Dec 2010 | Edition: 3 | #188090 | ISBN-13: 9781591610380
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NHBS Price: £172.00 $224/€196 approx

About this book

This text is an ideal resource for the individual performing or learning to perform a surgical procedure. The most qualified experts in the fields of surgery and pathophysiology explain in easy to understand and practical terms the mechanisms by which a disease affects each organ. Mechanisms of Disease in Small Animal Surgery not only helps the practicing veterinarian better understand the function of specific organs effected by disease; but also helps the practitioner explain it and the selected surgical treatment to the client in an easy to understand manner. The highly visual format contains over 500 highly quality illustrations and well conceived tables. It is enormously helpful to veterinary student studying for the boards.


Contents

Part I: General
Part II: Soft Tissue Surgery
Part III: Cardiovascular
Part IV: Gastrointestinal
Part V: Neurology
Part VI: Respiratory System
Part VII: Special Senses
Part VIII: Skin/Integument
Part IX: Urinary System
Part X: Genital System
Part XI: Endocrine System
Part XII: Hematopoietic System
Part XIII Orthopedic
Part XIV: Exotics
Index


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