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the anatomy of species other than dogs. The text includes important details about canine morphology that is well organized and easy to understand, which will make it an invaluable reference for veterinary students, practitioners, and educators

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of epidemiological modeling has been expanded from 1 to 3 chapters. The additional information may be of limited value to veterinary students but will be useful for graduate students in epidemiology training programs. The new chapters expand coverage

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quiz for use as self-assessment or for instructors to assess student comprehension. The book has a companion website, which contains additional review questions and slide tutorials. Besides the aforementioned lab animal community, this book should be in

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referenced. This textbook will be a useful reference for researchers, advanced students, and scientists in the fields of medical physics, imaging, and targeted therapeutic technologies. Reviewed by Karen L. Morrow, DVM, MS, DACVR Winter Garden, Fla

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provide a fresh view of the subjects. Although many of the authors are not from the United States, there is no bias in this book because the information it contains can be useful to any veterinary practitioner or veterinary student wherever they are

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students, practitioners, and educators. However, the depth of detail and general systemic approach might encumber regular use of the book by typical veterinary students. The content of this edition has been updated to reflect the latest knowledge

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reason, this book may not be an appropriate introductory textbook for those unfamiliar with histologic interpretation. The book is reasonably priced, and the target audience as indicated by the authors is graduate students studying toxicology and those

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not been a subject of great focus in veterinary schools. Consequently, many veterinarians graduate with limited knowledge of small animal reproductive issues. Veterinary students should find this text useful in furthering their knowledge of

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staff, and veterinary students. This edition is based closely on The Merck Veterinary Manual , which is a popular reference manual for veterinarians. The goal of the editors is to provide a comprehensive resource on the most common diseases of pets

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companion animals. However, those sections appear intended to provide biology students a point of reference for the topic being discussed rather than in-depth coverage that would be of value to veterinarians and veterinary students. Animal welfare is an

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