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The year in small animal medicine; v.1.


The year in small animal medicine; v.1.

Ed. by Jill E. Maddison and Mark G. Papich.

Blackwell Publishing


374 pages



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Maddison (The Royal Veterinary College, UK) and Papich (veterinary medicine, North Carolina State University) collect abstracts of journal articles published in the past 18 months to survey the latest work in veterinary medicine and surgery. Some 200 papers are identified and evaluated, and implications for clinical practice are discussed. Each entry contains a summary, background, interpretations, comments, and a conclusion. Fifteen key specialties are covered, including cardiology, critical care, dermatology, and reproduction.

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Date:Dec 1, 2005
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