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health “from recognition to results.” Reviewed by Joseph F. Annelli, DVM, MS International One Health Consultant New Market, Md Veterinary Epidemiology (4th edition) Michael Thrusfield, BVMS, DECVPH & Robert Christley, BVSc, DipVetClinStud

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, Mass Epidemiology for Field Veterinarians: An Introduction Evan Sergeant & Nigel Perkins 311 pages. 2015. CAB International. ISBN 978-1-84593-683-9. Price $145.00. Epidemiology consists of complex sets of ideas relating to how we

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proteomics), which increases its value for toxicologists who are not specifically veterinary toxicologists. The text includes areas (eg, water contaminants, epidemiology of animal poisonings, and chemical structures of plant toxins) that are relevant for

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, Tenn Practical Clinical Epidemiology for the Veterinarian Aurora Villarroel 142 pages. 2015. Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN 978-1-118-47206-4. Price $59.99. Practical Clinical Epidemiology for the Veterinarian is a new epidemiology textbook

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of every veterinarian. Reviewed by Kate Crumley, MS, DVM Blue Heron Consulting, Franklinton, NC Veterinary Clinical Epidemiology: From Patient to Population (4th edition) Ronald D. Smith, DVM, PhD 247 pages. 2020. CRC Press (an

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of every veterinarian. Reviewed by Kate Crumley, MS, DVM Blue Heron Consulting Franklinton, NC Veterinary Clinical Epidemiology: From Patient to Population (4th edition) Ronald D. Smith, DVM, PhD 247 pages. 2020. CRC Press (an

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regarding the clinical features of rupture of the cranial cruciate ligament in dogs and surgical and medical management are excellent. There is the customary information summarizing epidemiology, clinical signs, and treatment modalities, but there are also 4

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, including molecular virology and taxonomy, disease epidemiology, and, in some cases, natural history. The summaries of simian viruses included in this book provide insight into virus—natural host interactions that in many cases are not available for human

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pathogenicity with an emphasis on genomics, virulence factors, host-agent interactions, epidemiology, diagnostics, therapeutic targets, and vaccine development. Each chapter reviews the most important advances and also refers to key aspects of the organism and

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move implementation of one health “from recognition to results.” Reviewed by Joseph F. Annelli, DVM, MS International One Health Consultant New Market, Md Veterinary Epidemiology (4th edition) Michael Thrusfield, BVMS, DECVPH

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