Anamnese en lichamelijk onderzoek bij gezelschapsdieren beschrijft de methoden waarmee door eigenaren of begeleiders aangedragen problemen kunnen worden aangepakt. Een zo doelmatig mogelijke inrichting van het onderzoek staat hierbij voorop.
Takes a problem-oriented approach to clinical diagnosis, and outlines core information necessary to effectively evaluate the major medical problems in dogs and cats. Continues to serve as a vital tool in accurate and appropriate diagnosis for small animal veterinarians, emergency and critical care veterinarians.
A practical reference for the ever increasing number of veterinarians call upon to treat patients with cancer. Chapters are organized by body system and take a case-based approach, providing helpful algorithms covering diagnosis, treatment and management that will aid in making the appropriate clinical decision.
This Introduction gives an overview of cancer biology and explains the principles of available therapies. There is an up-to-date discussion on new and developing techniques and treatments, and guidance on when these are indicated. The book covers all common, most less common and some rare aspects of small animal oncology.
Covers both the theoretical principles behind the use of ultrasound in small animal practice and the practical approach to image interpretation. In-keeping with the user-friendly style of Frances Barr's book, the book is extensively illustrated with photographs and accompanying line drawings.
In this book, Karen Tobias explains the tips and tricks that experienced surgeons use to make a procedure easier, faster and more successful. She provides clear, concise, detailed and well-illustrated instructions on how to complete all the common procedures performed in small animal practice.
Combines a book and CD-ROM to include 450 educational handouts that cover everything your clients need to know about their pet's condition. The content ranges from basic descriptions of illnesses and frequent signs, to preventive measures and expected outcomes, all on a single page.
A full-color atlas that maintains the surgical focus of earlier editions while now presenting essential information on basic principles of wound healing, wound management, and common wound complications.
Part of "ACLAM"'s series of laboratory animal books, the book offers concise but complete coverage on rabbits and the most common rodent species, with an emphasis on biology, clinical procedures, clinical signs, and diseases and conditions.
The Manual is split into two distinct sections: the first part is dedicated to rodents covering biology, husbandry and clinical techniques, as well as the diseases particular to these animals. The second part of the Manual is devoted to ferrets and discusses biology, husbandry and clinical techniques, and diseases by body system.
Includes coverage of laboratory animals and pocket pets, two new chapters devoted entirely to avian and exotic animals, and a PC compatible CD providing a wealth of additional hematological images
Written in note form, the book assists in the formulation of a diagnostic plan when the practitioner is faced with a sick animal. Sections on clinical signs, diagnoses and treatments, allow rapid reference in successive chapters on the reproductive, digestive, respiratory, musculoskeletal and urinary systems.