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Overview

Atlas of Clinical Avian Hematology is a practical guide to the hematological characteristics of birds. Illustrated throughout with many color photographs, this rich resource aids interpretation of hematological data, and promotes the accurate classification of hematological cells and identification of pathological changes.

Covering over 100 species of birds, the Atlas illustrates the general hematological characteristics of birds; the hematological variations encountered between the different Orders of birds; and the hematological responses to disease of birds, using clinical cases from many species of birds and a range of clinical disorders.

  • Describes how to collect and handle blood samples from birds to best preserve the quality of the blood.
  • Highly illustrated, color guide to the hematological characteristics of birds
  • Case data and images illustrates the avian hematological responses to disease
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Editorial Reviews

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Reviewer: Anne Barger, DVM, MS (University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine)
Description: This atlas has a multitude of images demonstrating the many species of birds and the tremendous variability in their response to disease.
Purpose: The purpose is to augment the available information on avian hematology by addressing the differences in species of birds in health and disease. There is a lack of easily obtainable information on this issue, and the authors do a good job of evaluating as many birds as possible with many useful images.
Audience: Students, practitioners, and residents would find this book useful.
Features: It covers many aspects of hematology including obtaining a sample and preparing and staining the slides to evaluation of normal and abnormal cells. It also addresses the interpretation of the presence of abnormal cells and artifacts in the sample. The best part of this book is the case-based approach to hematology with the many images.
Assessment: This useful book attempts to cover a lot of material in a concise format. The images will assist practitioners and clinical pathologists in becoming more familiar with different species of birds and their hematologic response to disease.
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"Overall, this text offers a thorough but concise review of the avian hematologic system. The numerous glossy color photographs illustrate descriptions in the text well, and the index is easy to follow...the book's comprehensive review of all aspects of avian hematology, along with its dozens of clinically relevant, illustrative color photographs, makes it a terrific addition to any avian practitioner's library." (Vet Med Today, August 2010)

"A thorough but concise review of the avian hematologic system. The numerous glossy color photographs illustrate descriptions in the text well, and the index is easy to follow...The book’s comprehensive review of all aspects of avian hematology, along with its dozens of clinically relevant, illustrative color photographs, makes it a terrific addition to any avian practitioner’s library." (JAVMA, June 2010)

"One of the major delights of this book is the number of images. ... Images are clearly labelled and explained, allowing the inexperienced individual to identify the key features. The text also provides additional information to the more experienced individual, who may recognise the images on sight. Producing a book of this type where the images can be recognised on sight is not as easy as it sounds, and this is another reason why this is a valuable resource." (The Bulletin of the Royal College of Pathologists, April 2010)

“The images will assist practitioners and clinical pathologists in becoming more familiar with different species of birds and their hematologic response to disease.” (Doody’s, April 2010)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781405192484
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 6/9/2009
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 200
  • Product dimensions: 7.60 (w) x 9.80 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Phillip Clark is a veterinary clinical pathologist with special interest in comparative hematology. Formerly Director of Clinical Pathology Services of the Division of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences at Murdoch University, Australia. Dr Clark has written numerous scientific articles.

Wayne Boardman is Head of Veterinary Conservation Programs at Zoos South Australia, and formerly head of Veterinary Services at the Zoological Society of London, UK. He is a veterinarian with a large amount of experience with zoo and wild animals, including many species of birds.

Shane Raidal is Head of Veterinary Pathobiology at Charles Sturt University, Australia. Associate Professor Raidal is a specialist in avian health, and author of numerous scientific articles.

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Table of Contents

Foreword.

Preface.

1. Collection and handling of blood samples.

2. General hematological characteristics of birds.

3. Order specific hematological characteristics of birds.

4. Physiological and pathological influences on the hematological characteristics of birds.

5. Hemoparasites of birds.

References

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