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Fertility and Obstetrics in the Horse, 3d ed.


Fertility and obstetrics in the horse, 3d ed.

England, Gary C. W.

Blackwell Publishing


306 pages




Reflecting continuing developments in the field since the 2nd ed. of 1996, this edition has been entirely revised and now contains expanded treatment of male and female endocrinology and exogenous control of breeding; the aetiology, diagnosis and practical treatment of endometriotitis; and the evaluation and treatment of stallion diseases. England (dean, School of veterinary medicine and science, U. of Nottingham, UK) structures the text in an outline form, with frequent use of bulleted lists and bold-faced headers, making this a handy rapid reference for practitioners. An appendix contains codes of practice (common to France, Germany, Italy, Ireland, and the UK) for venereally transmitted bacterial diseases, equine viral arteritis, and equine herpes.

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