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Rapid Review of Exotic Animal Medicine and Husbandry Pet Mammals, Birds, Reptiles, Amphibians and Fish

By: Karen L Rosenthal, Neil Forbes, Fredric L Frye and Gregory A Lewbart
320 pages, 500 col illus
Rapid Review of Exotic Animal Medicine and Husbandry
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This wide-ranging review is divided into four sections - small mammals, birds, reptiles/amphibians, ornamental fish - and consists of an introduction to the essential aspects of medicine and husbandry of each group of animals, 400 colour-illustrated clinical cases, plus summary questions to highlight key points. "The Rapid Review" is designed to appeal to veterinary practitioners dealing with an ever-wider variety of animals, to veterinary instructors and students, technicians, nurses and assistants, and to other animal health professionals in practice and training.

Contents

Contents Preface Acknowledgements Abbreviations Small Mammals Classification of cases by species Introduction English and latin names Cases Summary questions and answers Bibliography Birds Classification of cases by species Introduction English and latin names Cases Summary questions and answers Bibliography Reptiles and Amphibians Classification of cases by species Introduction English and latin names Cases Summary questions and answers Bibliography Ornamental Fish Classification of cases by species Introduction English and latin names Cases, Summary questions and answers Bibliography Appendix conversion factors for converting SI units to old units Normal values: small mammals Normal values: birds Index

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By: Karen L Rosenthal, Neil Forbes, Fredric L Frye and Gregory A Lewbart
320 pages, 500 col illus
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The illustrations - including photographs of animals, lesions and techniques as well as microscopic images - are excellent... a well presented and very readable book Veterinary Times "The authors have provided a quick guide for the busy general veterinary clinician to use. [They] should be commended on putting together this useful text for the ever-growing veterinary interest to treat exotic animals." Journal of Exotic Pet Medicine -- Thomas Tully Journal of Exotic Pet Medicine 20090401
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