Handbook of Symptoms in Dogs and Cats

Handbook of Symptoms in Dogs and Cats

Assessing Common Illnesses by Differential Diagnosis (3rd Edition)

Christian F. Schrey, Heidi Joeken


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A handy pocket reference book for the busy practising vet, The Handbook of Symptoms in Dogs and Cats will be an invaluable practice resource, ideal as a quick look-up guide for common conditions. This book will allow vets to look up a condition and identify the cause of the problem through a list of symptoms. It includes one-hundred main symptoms and their differential diagnoses, and one-hundred laboratory findings, their standard values, analysis, and diagnostic pathways for each symptom, along with numerous tables for finding the confirming diagnosis. This practical and up-to-date manual is an indispensable companion for all small animal medicine veterinarians, as well as for students of veterinary medicine. Translated from Leitsymptome und Leitbefunde bei Hund und Katze: Differenzialdiagnostischer Leitfaden (3rd Ed.), published by Schattauer. *** "The format is particularly helpful for veterinary students and new graduates who are still developing their problem-based learning skills. This book will also be handy for seasoned practitioners who need to quickly formulate rule-out lists and diagnostic plans during a busy day of appointments." --Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Vol. 252, No. 6, March 15, 2018[Subject: Veterinary Medicine]


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