Small Animal Ophthalmology: What's Your Diagnosis? is one of the first books in an exciting new series that combines problem-based learning, case studies, and questions and answers. Designed specifically for veterinarians and students, the series aims to present material in a format to enhance critical thinking and understanding.
*uses a case-based format providing real cases in veterinary emergency and critical care medicine. *highlights preventable errors in medical judgment and client communication in order to avoid repeating them. *will help practitioners improve standards of veterinary professional care in a rapidly growing field.
Covers the biology, pathobiology, and diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the gastrointestinal, pancreatic, and hepatobiliary systems. This book includes from minor problems such as adverse food reactions to debilitating inflammatory, infectious, metabolic, and neoplastic diseases of the digestive system.
Contains the information related to canine and feline pediatrics. This title covers topics such as prenatal care of the bitch and queen, birth, growth, husbandry, nutrition, care of orphans, neonatal mortality, behavior, emergency and critical care, bacterial, viral, fungal, rickettsial, and parasitic infections, and immunology.
Helps you to utilize your in-house lab or your specialty reference lab to efficiently make accurate diagnoses without running a plethora of unnecessary and low-yield tests. This title provides answers to commonly asked questions relating to laboratory tests, and solutions to frequently encountered problems in small animal diagnosis.
Suitable for the practicing veterinary clinician in diagnosing and determining treatment for toxic exposures in small animals and veterinary students as a supplement to their classroom instruction, this book covers areas of toxicology which seem basic but are rarely discussed, such as taking a toxicological history, establishing a database.