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hepatobiliary diseases to urinary and gastrointestinal diseases are covered. Each chapter includes background information on a particular disease, patient preparation, equipment list, procedural instructions, potential complications and outcomes, and follow

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shelter animals, efficacy of sanitation and disinfection protocols, vaccination protocols, necropsy techniques, and pharmacology, specifically drug and dose selection. Sections 2 through 4 (Respiratory Diseases, Gastrointestinal Diseases, and

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within gastrointestinal diseases to its own chapter), and Necropsy. The formatting of the book has an appealing layout with color headings and a consistent and clear organization of the sections. One of the most valuable additions to the book is the

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is written by an impressive collection of collaborators. Although other textbooks have focused on equine emergencies or subtopics related to equine emergency and critical care (eg, neonatal foals, equine gastrointestinal disease), this textbook also

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