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Notes on Canine Internal Medicine, 3rd Edition

Notes on Canine Internal Medicine, 3rd Edition

Edward Hall, Kate Murphy, Peter Darke

ISBN: 978-0-632-05371-1

Feb 2004, Wiley-Blackwell

364 pages

Select type: Paperback

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$95.99

Description

Notes on Canine Internal Medicine is one of the first books in an exciting new series specifically designed, through an accessible note-based style, to ensure veterinarians and students have quick and easy access to the most up-to-date clinical and diagnostic information.


Knowledge about canine internal medicine has developed considerably since the previous edition of Notes on Canine Internal Medicine. This new edition not only details the expansions in knowledge in this complex area of veterinary medicine, but, continuing in the style of the previous editions, it acts as an instant subject reference to aid in the diagnosis and management of disease in dogs.


This edition includes:



  • Differential diagnosis lists based on presenting complaint, physical problem and laboratory abnormality
  • Detailed information on diseases relating to each organ system
  • Easy to reference sections such as clinical signs, investigative methods, definitive diagnostic tests and treatment
Organ Systems - clinical signs, diagnostic tests, specific conditions, treatments: Alimentary disease; Liver and biliary tract disease; Respiratory disease; Cardiovascular disease; Urinary; Endocrine disease; Neurologic diseases; Haemopoietic disease; Bleeding disorders; Immunological disease; Presenting complaints - differential diagnosis, diagnostic approach: Abdominal enlargement; Ascites; Ataxia; Bleeding; Collapse/syncope; Cough; Diarrhoea; Dysphagia; Dyspnoea; Exercise intolerance; Haematemesis; Haematochezia; Infertility; Jaundice; Lymphadenopathy; Melaena; Nasal discharge; PU/PD; PUO; Regurgitation; Seizures; Sneezing; Stiffness; Tremors; Vomiting; Weight loss; Laboratory abnormalities - differential diagnosis, diagnostic approach: Anaemia; Azotaemia; Hypercalcaemia; Hypoproteinaemia; Increased liver enzymes; Leukocytes; Lipaemia
"The appearance (finally!) of a third edition has been long overdue. The wait, however, has been fully worth it. Perhaps you should buy a copy today for your practice..."

Veterinary Record, 2004


  • Differential diagnosis lists based on presenting complaint, physical problem and laboratory abnormality
  • Detailed information on diseases relating to each organ system
  • Easy to reference sections such as clinical signs, investigative methods, definitive diagnostic tests and treatment