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Small animal medicine and metabolic disorders /

editor(s), Craig Ruaux.

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Names: Ruaux, Craig,
Published: Boca Raton ; London ; New York : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis, [2019]
Edition: Second edition.
Series: Self-assessment color review.
Topics: Dogs - Diseases. | Cats - Diseases. | Abdomen - Diseases - Diagnosis. | Metabolism - Disorders - Diagnosis. | Cat Diseases. | Dog Diseases. | Gastrointestinal Diseases - veterinary. | Metabolic Diseases - veterinary. | Urologic Diseases - veterinary.
Genres: Case Reports. | Examination Question.
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245 10|aSmall animal medicine and metabolic disorders /|ceditor(s), Craig Ruaux.
250 |aSecond edition.
264 1|aBoca Raton ;|aLondon ;|aNew York :|bCRC Press, Taylor & Francis,|c[2019]
264 4|c©2019
300 |aix, 275 pages :|bcolor illustrations, tables ;|c24 cm.
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490 1 |aSelf-assessment color review
500 |aOriginal edition published as: Self-assessment colour review of small animal abdominal and metabolic disorders / [edited by] Bryn Tennant. c1999.
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
520 |aKey features: Includes over 150 new, color illustrated cases. Covers all aspects of diseases and disorders and affecting organs of the abdominal cavity and the endocrine/metabolic system. Written by experts from the USA, Australia, the United Kingdom, and Europe. Nearly 20 years after Bryn Tennant's first edition, this new update covers all aspects of diseases and disorders and affecting organs of the abdominal cavity and the endocrine/metabolic system in a case-based format. Responding to advances in imaging technology, digital radiography and high-resolution ultrasonography as well as the growth in specialised diagnostic tests for many diseases, new editor Craig Ruaux brings together a wide variety of new cases. These cases cover a wide spectrum of metabolic, endocrine, immune-mediated, inflammatory and infectious diseases and range in difficulty from simple bacterial infections to complex, multisystem disorders that would challenge most practitioners. They are presented in random order, as they would appear in everyday practice, and each author brings their own specialist expertise and experience to problem identification and management. Presenting an assortment of cases and case-related materials appropriate to the day-to-day practice of small animal medicine, this book will be an essential reference for veterinary students of internal medicine as well as specialists in training.
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650 0|aCats|xDiseases.
650 0|aAbdomen|xDiseases|xDiagnosis.
650 0|aMetabolism|xDisorders|xDiagnosis.
650 12|aCat Diseases.
650 12|aDog Diseases.
650 22|aGastrointestinal Diseases|xveterinary.
650 22|aMetabolic Diseases|xveterinary.
650 22|aUrologic Diseases|xveterinary.
655 2|aCase Reports.|0https://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/D002363
655 2|aExamination Question.
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830 0|aSelf-assessment color review.
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