Description: This book of differential diagnosis in small animal medicine is organized in seven parts, containing lists of differentials, some diagnostic algorithms, and checklists for diagnostic investigations.
Purpose: This a very useful book to formulate a differential list from the clinical, laboratory, radiographic, ultrasonographic and electrodiagnostic findings. The sixth section describes the most common diagnostic procedures.
Audience: Veterinary students, general practitioners, interns, and residents should all find this book helpful. It saves valuable time by bringing information from various sources together.
Features: This concise, thorough reference covers numerous differential diagnoses. The diagnostic procedures section details comprehensively the indications, technique, and interpretation of common tests. The diagnostic algorithms are also helpful.
Assessment: This high quality, rapid reference book concentrates information from multiple sources about major problems in small animal medicine. It is a useful and appropriate source of information for anyone who needs a differential diagnosis list quickly, or information about diagnostic procedures.