Arthur's Veterinary Reproduction and Obstetrics E-Book, 9th Edition
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Arthur's Veterinary Reproduction and Obstetrics has been the standard reference textbook for veterinary students for many years, as well as for students of animal science and related disciplines; in addition it has also been a useful reference source for the practicing veterinary surgeon. The new edition builds on the success of the previous edition covering normal reproduction and reproductive disorders and diseases in the common and less common domesticated species (llamas, alpacas, camels). The book has been completely revised with full colour throughout to include recent developments in reproductive biology and endocrinology, as well as the new knowledge on the causes and treatment of reproductive disease.
New to This Edition
- Thorough updating throughout to reflect changes in practice since the last edition
- New authors and contributors to ensure contemporary and international approach (contributors from Finland, the Netherlands, USA, Denmark an New Zealand)
- Full colour throughout
- Classic text reference
- Covering all aspects of reproduction and obstetrics in all common and less common domestic species
- Only book covering full range of domestic animals
- Practical clinical approach throughout
Edited by David E. Noakes, BVet Med, PhD, FRCVS, DVRep, DipECAR, Royal Veterinary College, University of London, North Mymms, Hatfield, UK; Timothy J. Parkinson, BVSc, PhD, DBR, FRCVS, Institute of Veterinary, Animal & Biomedical Science, Massey University, Palmerson North, New Zealand and Gary C. W. England, BVetmed, PhD, FRCVS, CertVA, DVR, DVRep, DiplomatACT, Professor, Foundation Dean, School of Veterinary Medicine & Science, University of Nottingham, Sutton Bonington Campus, Loughborough, Leicestershire, UK