Feline Internal Medicine Secrets

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Michael Lappin, Clinical Sciences, Colorado State University, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biological Sciences, Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Fort Collins, CO
This book covers the breadth of feline diagnosis and management in the textbook-in-question-and-answer format of The Secrets Series?. After years of being treated under the basic medical model of the canine, feline medicine has reached greater prominence in the past few years, and has become a hot topic in veterinary medicine, yielding several successful books. Michael Lappin is one of the major names in modern feline medicine, and he has assembled a cast of contributors featuring many of the major feline authorities in the U.S. Each chapter presents a brief overview of, discusses the diagnostic plan, and then focuses on the key concepts for each topic.
COD: 002B
Paperback, 479 Pages
Published: FEB-2001
ISBN 10: 1-56053-461-3
ISBN 13: 978-1-56053-461-7
Language: English
Format: PDF 31.7 MB
I: Cardiopulmonary Disorders
II: Gastrointestinal Problems
III: Urinary Problems
IV: Endocrine Problems
V: Reproductive Problems
VI: Polysystemic Problems
VII: Hemolymphatic Problems
VIII: Prevention of Diseases
IX: Public Health Risks

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