Color Atlas of Diseases and Disorders of the Foal
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Color Atlas of Diseases & Disorders of the Foal is intended for any veterinarian who treats foals, either occasionally or on a routine basis, and serves as an invaluable source of practical clinical information. The illustrations cover all aspects of clinical presentation, diagnosis, treatments, and outcomes and provide a clear picture of what veterinarians should be looking for, perfect for timely intervention and more successful outcomes. Plus, two highly experienced editors share their expertise along with contributions from many well-known and highly respected veterinarians for the most comprehensive information available.Table of Contents
- Brief text and clear pictures demonstrate exactly what symptoms to look for, allowing for more timely intervention.
- The user-friendly content includes detailed descriptions of the most common disorders and brief descriptions of rare diseases.
- Answers common questions like: What is normal? How would I know if something is wrong? What does X-disease look like?
- High quality images and illustrations accurately depict each disease or disorder, allowing for a faster and more accurate diagnosis.
Any book calling itself an ‘atlas’ lives or dies by the quality of its pictures. This book not only lives, it thrives. In addition to pictures showing clinical signs and medical imaging, there are some pictures illustrating how procedures, such as a synoviocentesis, are performed. The book is beautifully presented and easy to navigate. An excellent atlas and will be of great benefit to any practitioner who treats foals.
Veterinary Record, February 2009
Edited by Siobhan Brid McAuliffe, MVB, DACVIM, Veterinary Division Head, Stables of King Abdullah, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine, Board Qualified for Diplomate status with American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine; and Nathan M. Slovis, DVM, Dipl ACVIM, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Hagyard-Davidson-McGee Associates, Lexington KY