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This narrative review was prepared by an international group of experts in the field on the basis of evidence, when available. However, the team of authors fully admits that this effort is incomplete, as few blinded and controlled studies on the

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countries across the globe. The introductory chapter, “Global Guiding Principles: A Tool for Harmonization,” reviews the concept of the 3 R's (Replacement, Reduction, and Refinement), which serves as the foundation on which regulations in many

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disorders in canine and feline patients based on specific presenting complaints. It is intended to be a resource to help students and clinicians review causes of common clinical presentations seen in small animal practice. The over 1,000-page book is

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will also find this book useful. Reviewed by Erin M. Quist, DVM, PhD, DACVP Experimental Pathology Laboratories Inc Research Triangle Park, NC Ectoparasites: Drug Discovery Against Moving Targets Charles Q. Meng, PhD, & Ann E. Sluder

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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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. In short, this book will be beneficial for all veterinary students. Reviewed by Robert W. Henry, DVM, PhD Lincoln Memorial University, Harrogate, Tenn Functional Anatomy and Physiology of Domestic Animals (5th edition) William O. Reece

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book is clear; it is time for veterinarians to wake up and treat their practices as businesses rather than just treating animals. The veterinary profession needs to pay heed to that message. Reviewed by Steve Kornfeld, DVM Veterinary Success

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well written and provide excellent guidelines for practitioners. Each chapter includes a detailed review of anamnesis, assessment, diagnostic testing, and treatment, including considerations for surgical and postoperative care, inpatient monitoring, and

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-generation sequencing, bioinformatics, protein modeling, and mRNA vaccines, and reviews recent developments in cancer vaccines, bovine mucosal vaccines, and animal vaccine adjuvants. This book also reviews some of the current strategies to enhance vaccine efficacy in

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those with an interest in this rapidly evolving field. Reviewed by Alison Van Eenennaam, PhD University of California-Davis Davis, Calif Animal Welfare in Extensive Production Systems (The Animal Welfare Series) Juan J. Villalba, MS, PhD

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