Introduction To Veterinary Anatomy & Physiology, 1E
- Publish Date: 2004-03-23
- Binding: Paperback
- Author: Victoria Aspinall BVSc MRCVS;Melanie Cappello BSc(Hons)Zoology PGCE VN
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This new anatomy and physiology textbook for veterinary-related professions provides accessible, well-written coverage of this complex subject. It begins with basic information, explaining fundamental concepts and principles before moving on to discussions of anatomical structures. Content focuses on small animals, using the dog as the main example, but also includes exotic species as required for pre-veterinary nursing and veterinary medicine courses of study. The clear layout, explanatory illustrations, and In Practice tips throughout the book help readers develop an excellent understanding of the material while demonstrating how specific points relate to everyday clinical scenarios.
- Content serves as an excellent foundation in veterinary anatomy and physiology that explains complicated facts in an easily understood way.
- Extensive line drawings and radiographs illustrate key points for maximum clarity.
- An illustrated outline of a dog appears at the bottom of appropriate pages to highlight which part of the anatomy relates to the discussion.
- In Practice tips relate anatomy theory to clinical practice.
- The authors are both highly regarded, experienced lecturers in this subject.
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