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. Reviewed by Jessica Barrera, DVM, MS, DACVS VCA Veterinary Specialists of Northern Colorado Loveland, Colo Management of Small Animal Distal Limb Injuries Steven F. Swaim, Janet Welch, & Robert L. Gillette 403 pages. 2015. Teton NewMedia

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common poisons, and a guide of injuries and emergencies. The section on common toxins is brief but informative. A handy guide to aid readers in compiling a first-aid kit is provided in table form. The fourth section offers a discussion of pet health

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, whereas in the United States, it is generally the long-tailed macaque ( Macaca fascicularis) . Within the United Kingdom, injuries to personnel by Old World monkeys are handled differently than those in the United States, where infection with Herpesvirus

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who deal with mineral deficiencies and toxicoses and orthopedic injuries and disorders, the editor made the right call to include this information. As textbooks go, this book is a bargain for the price and is available in both electronic and print

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nutrition, muscle physiology, disorders of the spine, and locomotion. I am disappointed that there is no discussion of toe injuries because they represent a substantial percentage of the caseload for sports medicine practitioners. Although some chapters

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procedures, clinical and microscopic features of skin diseases, morphologic responses of skin to injury, and differential diagnoses of skin diseases and pathologic lesions. This constitutes a potentially rich source of information. The authors attempt to

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-style textbook, the 114 chapters provide a comprehensive review of most of the common disease processes, injuries, toxicoses, and systemic abnormalities seen in emergency room patients and critically ill hospitalized small animals. As with other Five

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and attorneys who are interested in animal cruelty investigations.— By Melinda D. Merck. 327 pages; illustrated. Blackwell Publishing, 2121 State Ave, Ames, IA 50014-8300. ISBN 978-0-8138-1501-5. 2007. Price $89.99 . Equine Injury, Therapy and

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has thoughtful suggestions for managing orthopedic injuries with realistic expectations for outcomes when recommended care cannot be pursued. The authors provide clear direction regarding which types of fractures should be managed by general

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on the farm, abused and neglected horses, updates on pain management, emerging infectious diseases, and management of various traumatic situations (eg, trailer accidents, thoracic and airway trauma, and crush injuries). Advanced imaging modalities

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