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Overview

This handbook covers the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of all common equine disorders. Information supplied by specialist contributors is presented in a concise, well-organized format to enable easy and rapid access in the clinical situation. The text is extensively indexed and cross-referenced.

The book has no illustrations.

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Reviewer: Gordon J. Baker, BVSc, PhD, MRCVS,Dip ACVS(University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine)
Description: This book consists of some 1,100 pages covering the diseases of the horse. It has two authors and 76 qualified contributors. The book is arranged in 20 sections and is well indexed. Each section has been organized by a consultant editor, and the first pages of each section list the contents.
Purpose: The purpose of the manual is "to serve as a ready handbook for veterinary practitioners who attend horses." It attempts to be a comprehensive and yet concise text.
Audience: Besides its intended audience of practitioners, the book may also be of value to students and graduate students.
Features: Each section has its own table of contents, which helps in finding material. There are only limited sources for outcomes of treatments and to complications associated with case management, etc. The absence of illustrations detracts from many of the sections. Similarly, the reader is not given other reading sources, references, or any ideas as to the origin of the thoughts and diagnostic plans.
Assessment: The authors have made a valiant attempt at producing one book that covers all for diseases of the horses. I believe that the size of the task has overwhelmed the resources available and would suggest dividing the book into two volumes in any future editions.
From The Critics
Reviewer: Gordon J. Baker, BVSc, PhD, MRCVS,Dip ACVS(University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine)
Description: This book consists of some 1,100 pages covering the diseases of the horse. It has two authors and 76 qualified contributors. The book is arranged in 20 sections and is well indexed. Each section has been organized by a consultant editor, and the first pages of each section list the contents.
Purpose: The purpose of the manual is "to serve as a ready handbook for veterinary practitioners who attend horses." It attempts to be a comprehensive and yet concise text.
Audience: Besides its intended audience of practitioners, the book may also be of value to students and graduate students.
Features: Each section has its own table of contents, which helps in finding material. There are only limited sources for outcomes of treatments and to complications associated with case management, etc. The absence of illustrations detracts from many of the sections. Similarly, the reader is not given other reading sources, references, or any ideas as to the origin of the thoughts and diagnostic plans.
Assessment: The authors have made a valiant attempt at producing one book that covers all for diseases of the horses. I believe that the size of the task has overwhelmed the resources available and would suggest dividing the book into two volumes in any future editions.
Gordon J. Baker
This book consists of some 1,100 pages covering the diseases of the horse. It has two authors and 76 qualified contributors. The book is arranged in 20 sections and is well indexed. Each section has been organized by a consultant editor, and the first pages of each section list the contents. The purpose of the manual is ^^to serve as a ready handbook for veterinary practitioners who attend horses.^^ It attempts to be a comprehensive and yet concise text. Besides its intended audience of practitioners, the book may also be of value to students and graduate students. Each section has its own table of contents, which helps in finding material. There are only limited sources for outcomes of treatments and to complications associated with case management, etc. The absence of illustrations detracts from many of the sections. Similarly, the reader is not given other reading sources, references, or any ideas as to the origin of the thoughts and diagnostic plans. The authors have made a valiant attempt at producing one book that covers all for diseases of the horses. I believe that the size of the task has overwhelmed the resources available and would suggest dividing the book into two volumes in any future editions.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780702015724
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 1/28/1995
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1066

Table of Contents

Infectious Diseases. The Immune System. The Skin. Stallion and Mare Reproductive System. The Urinary System. The Gastro-Intestinal and Digestive System. The Ear, Noseand Throat. The Lower Respiratory Tract. The Haemolymphatic System. The Cardiovascular System. The Nervous System and Equine Behaviour. The Endocrine System. Equine Nutrition and Metabolic Disease. Toxicology and Pharmacology. Ophthalmic Conditions. Oncology. The Locomotor System. Performance Related Problems and Exercise Physiology. Perinatology. Intensive Care.
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