By Richard G. Harvey, Joseph Harari, Agnes J. Delauche
Ear illness, rather oritis exterior, is a typical awarded in veterinary perform and isn't consistently seen to the puppy proprietor. different very important stipulations lined contain otitis media, vestibula syndrome (or received conducive deafness) which, even though much less in most cases noticeable in perform, should be devastating to the animal involved. Key good points contain:
-- finished, fantastically illustrated coverage
-- sensible method of research, prognosis, and management
-- Complementary expert talents of foreign writer team
All 3 authors are actively focused on the prognosis and administration of ear illness, either in first opinion and referral perform. among them, they surround the 3 significant disciplines valuable - dermatology, neurology, and surgical procedure. Illustrated all through with colour pictures and completely referenced, this e-book could be of price to scholars and veterinarians.
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Ear diseases of the dog and cat by Richard G. Harvey, Joseph Harari, Agnes J. Delauche