Utilize a problem-oriented approach to the diagnosis of diseases of horses, cattle, sheep, and goats. Large Animal Internal Medicine, 6th Edition covers the diagnosis and management of disease in both ruminant and equine internal medicine. As the first veterinary internal medicine text to use a problem-based approach, it offers discussions of over 150 clinical signs and manifestations, as well as comprehensive coverage of laboratory and diagnostic testing. New to this edition is a versatile online reference platform and coverage of conditions that exist in Europe, Central and South America, Australia, and New Zealand. In addition, thoroughly revised and updated content includes new vaccines and vaccination protocols; the most current laboratories for DNA, genetic, and PCR testing; and colostrum supplements and replacers. It's everything you need to stay up to date with the latest information on preventing and treating disease in large animals.
- Discussions of over 150 clinical signs or manifestations of disease provide you with a problem-based approach to diagnosis based on what you've observed and what laboratory tests reveal.
- Causes of Presenting Signs boxes offer quick access to the common, less common, and uncommon diseases associated with manifestations or signs of disease.
- Causes of Abnormal Laboratory Values boxes highlight the possible interpretations of abnormalities in clinical chemistry, hematology, blood proteins, and clotting tests.
- More than 200 expert authors contribute information in their areas of expertise for the most current, authoritative information on each topic.
|作者資訊||Edited by Bradford P. Smith, DVM, Diplomate ACVIM, Professor Emeritus, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis, CA; David C Van Metre, DVM, DACVIM, Professor, Animal Population Health Institute, Department of Clinical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado and Nicola Pusterla, Dr.med.vet Dr.med.vet.Habil, Associate Professor, Veterinary Medicine and Epidemiology, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis, California, USA|
|Table of Content||
PART I: HISTORY, PHYSICAL EXAMINATION, AND MEDICAL RECORDS
PART II: MANIFESTATIONS OF DISEASE
PART III: DISORDERS AND MANAGEMENT OF THE NEONATE
PART IV: COLLECTION OF SAMPLES AND INTERPRETATION OF LABORATORY TESTS
PART V: DISORDERS OF THE ORGAN SYSTEMS
PART VI: PREVENTIVE AND THERAPEUTIC STRATEGIES
PART VII: CONGENTIAL, HEREDITARY, IMMUNOLOGIC, AND TOXIC DISORDERS
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