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Equine MRI.


Equine MRI.

Ed. by Rachel C. Murray.



592 pages




Coverage extends from the basics of MRI to the practicalities of actually getting images of horses and figuring out what they mean. The book is meant to be comprehensive and so includes discussion of normal anatomy and variations, pathologies, and clinical management and prognosis. Radiologists, veterinarians, technicians, and students will find the material logically arranged and presented in an elegantly produced book printed on coated stock. The 25 chapters were contributed by veterinarians based primarily in the UK and the US. Editor Murray is affiliated with Animal Health Trust, Suffolk, UK.

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Date:Jun 1, 2011
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