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Veterinary Hematology and Clinical Chemistry

Handbook / Manual Out of Print
By: Mary Anna Thrall
618 pages, Illus
Veterinary Hematology and Clinical Chemistry
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  • Veterinary Hematology and Clinical Chemistry ISBN: 9780781768504 Hardback Nov 2004 Out of Print #188173
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Introducing a new, beautifully illustrated full colour reference on veterinary haematology and clinical chemistry that is also both comprehensive and practical. From basic principles and laboratory techniques to diagnostic evaluation, readers will find equally concise and clear coverage of both hematology and clinical chemistry for many domestic and exotic species. In additon, features such as numerous full colour and black and white illustrations, coverage of avian and exotic hematology, and an extensive use of case studies make this reference a must have for any veterinary reference library. Features: Respected authorship - lets the reader learn from the experts in veterinary hematology and clinical chemistry. Approaches problems by lab abnormality, and gives a discussion of what diseases the abnormality indicates (rather than being diseases based). This reinforces the progression of diagnostic interpretation with first the laboratory findings and then the interpretation and eventual diagnosis. Extensive use of case studies grouped by lab abnormalities. These case discussions help reinforce important concepts. Avian and exotic hematology and clinical chemistry is covered. Normal and abnormal examples of blood cells are found in the 350+ full colour & 165 black and white illustrations. As hematology is a highly visual science, clear colour photographs of abnormal and normal cells help the student to understand the concepts being discussed. Emphasis is often given to the relative usefulness of different tests of an organ or for a disease in order to provide practical information on when to choose what tests. Different systems frequently integrated together in discussion of laboratory pathology. Clinically orientated approach to pathophysiology of laboratory changes in disease. The authors have defined the existing North American curriculum


Part I: General Principles of Laboratory Testing and Diagnosis1. Laboratory Technology for Veterinary Medicine2. Sample Collection, Processing, and Analysis of Laboratory Options3. Perspectives in Data Interpretation4. Immunodiagnostics and Other Emerging Diagnostic Technologies Part II: Hematology of Common Domestic Species5. Erythrocyte Morphology6. Diagnostic Approach to and Classification of Anemia7. Non-regenerative Anemias8. Regenerative Anemias9. Polycythemia10. Leukocyte Morphology in Common Domestic Species11. Neutrophil Production and Trafficking12. Leukocyte Responses in Disease13. Laboratory Evaluation of Bone Marrow14. Diagnosis of Disorders of Hemostasis15. Principles of Blood Transfusion and Cross-matching Part III: Hematology of Common Non-Domestic Mammals, Birds, Reptiles, Fish, and Amphibians16. Mammalian Hematology: Laboratory Animals and Miscellaneous Species17. Hematology of Birds18. Hematology of Reptiles19. Hematology of Fish20. Hematology of Amphibians Part IV: Clinical Chemistry of Common Domestic Species21. Laboratory Evaluation of Renal Function22. Fluid and Electrolyte Metabolism23. Laboratory Evaluation of the Liver24. Laboratory Evaluation of Exocrine Pancreas25. Laboratory Evaluation of Digestion and Intestinal Absorption26. Laboratory Evaluation of Plasma and Serum Proteins27. Laboratory Detection of Muscle Inquiry28. Laboratory Evaluation of Lipids29. Laboratory Evaluation of the Endocrine Pancreas and of Glucose Metabolism30. Laboratory Evaluation of the Thyroid, Parathyroid, Adrenal, and Pituitary Glands Part V: Clinical Chemistry of Common Non-Domestic Mammals, Birds, Reptiles, Fish, and Amphibians31. Clinical Chemistry of Mammals: Lab Animals and Miscellaneous Species32. Clinical Chemistry of Birds 33. Clinical Chemistry of Reptiles34. Clinical Chemistry of Fish and Clinical Chemistry of Amphibians

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Handbook / Manual Out of Print
By: Mary Anna Thrall
618 pages, Illus
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