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and respiratory diseases. All subjects are well referenced. Although the cost of this book may be more than casual users want to spend, this book is a must-have for poultry professionals, veterinarians and veterinary students with an interest in

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veterinary educators who are distinguished experts in their respective fields The various sections of the book are fairly standard for a physiology textbook. In the 12th edition, kidney and respiratory physiology were inexplicably combined into 1 section

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scientists studying bats and their related emerging infectious viral diseases. Several zoonotic diseases such as severe acute respiratory syndrome, Middle East respiratory syndrome, and Ebola have caused numerous human fatalities, and research indicates that

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books published in a notes-based style. Although it is not intended to provide extensive pathophysiologic knowledge about respiratory and cardiac disorders, the book supplies complete information about the diagnosis and treatment of common

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emerging diseases and diseases of complex or unknown etiology has been updated to include modern vexing issues such as white chick syndrome, focal duodenal necrosis of table egg layers, wooden breast, and multicausal enteric and respiratory diseases. All

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, eyes and ears, musculoskeletal, cardiac, respiratory, endocrine, neurologic, and hematologic disorders. There are also chapters on parasites, behavior, cancer, and dying pets. The chapter on seriously ill or dying pets is thoughtful and well written. It

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Patricia Schenck. 546 pages; illustrated. Wiley-Blackwell, 2121 State Ave, Ames, IA 50014. ISBN 978-0-8138-0119-3. 2010. Price $49.99 . Clinical Canine and Feline Respiratory Medicine Reviewed by Rhonda L. Schulman, DVM, DACVIM Clinical

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comprised of 78 chapters grouped into 8 parts by body system. For example, Part Four: The Respiratory System includes chapters entitled Nasal Discharge, Stertor and Stridor, Sneezing and Coughing, Changes in Respiratory Rates and Patterns, and Abnormal Lung

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. Reviewed by Ashley Barton-Lamb, DVM, DACVAA Angell Animal Medical Center Boston, Mass Advances in Equine Upper Respiratory Surgery (Advances in Veterinary Surgery Series) Jan Hawkins 282 pages. 2015. ACVS Foundation/Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN 978

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to the 13th edition are veterinary educators who are distinguished experts in their respective fields. The various sections of the book are fairly standard for a physiology textbook. In the 12th edition, kidney and respiratory physiology were

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