Pathology of Domestic Animals
This three-volume set, updated and expanded to reflect the current knowledge of the study of domestic animal diseases, appeals to veterinarians, veterinary students, trainee veterinary pathologists learning the scope of their field, and practising pathologists confronted with diagnostic problems. The all-new Fourth Edition of "Pathology of Domestic Animals" comprehensively covers the biology and pathology of diseases of domestic animals on a systemic basis. Improvements over the Third Edition: includes all material completely updated and expanded to reflect the current knowledge of the study of diseases of domestic animals; covers the biology and pathology of diseases of domestic animals on a global basis; emphasizes the pattern of disease and the defense mechanisms of each organ system; and includes several new illustrations.
- Hardback | 528 pages
- 152 x 229 x 101.6mm | 7,500g
- 01 Jan 1993
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
- 4th Revised edition
- references, index, illustrations
Table of contents
Volume 1: Bones and Joints, N. Palmer. Muscle and Tendon, T.J. Hulland. The Nervous System, K.V.F. Jubb and C.R. Huxtable. The Eye and Ear, B.P. Wilcock. The Skin and Appendages, J.A. Yager and D.W. Scott with a contribution by B.P. Wilcock. Chapter References. Index. Volume 2: The Alimentary System, I.K. Barker, A.A. Van Dreumel, and N. Palmer. The Liver and Biliary System, W.R. Kelly. The Pancreas, K.V.F. Jubb. The Peritoneum and Retroperitoneum, I.K. Barker. The Urinary System, M.G. Maxie and with a contribution by J.F. Prescott. The Respiratory System, D.L. Dungworth. Chapter References. Index. Volume 3: The Cardiovascular System, W.F. Robinson and M.G. Maxie. The Hematopoietic System, V.E.O. Valli with a contribution by B.W. Parry. The Endocrine Glands, C.C. Capen. The Female Genital System, P.C. Kennedy and R.B. Miller. The Male Genital System, P.W. Ladds. Cumulative Index.
Reviews of the Third Edition: "(It is) distinguished by its remarkable comprehensiveness, presenting also the latest research results. Each chapter is followed by a bibliography ... Clearly structured and immensely readable. This most recent book on veterinary pathology can therefore be recommended without reserve to every student, pathologist, and clinician." --JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE