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A paperback edition for the student market, this standard work of reference has been a bestseller for over 70 years. It is an essential tool for anyone with a professional or leisure interest in the care of animals. Much more than a list of veterinary terms, its practical approach ensures that readers gain an insight into the signs and symptoms of common, and less common, diseases, as well as their diagnosis and treatment. For this edition much new and updated information has been included, reflecting the numerous developments that have taken place in animal care and husbandry, and welfare. There is greatly expanded coverage of topics relating to popular breeds of dog and cat, and the inheritable conditions that might affect their health. Advances in medicine, surgery and diagnostic techniques; descriptions of newly identified diseases such as Schmallenberg virus; the resurgence of old scourges such as TB in cattle, and ongoing enzootic infections such as bird flu are also included in this edition. The growing risk of exotic diseases such as heartworm being imported following the relaxation of travel arrangements for dogs and cats is reflected in new entries. Notes on many new species being farmed or kept as companion animals are among the thousands of topics covered.
Black's Veterinary Dictionary has been a bestseller for over 80 years. It is an essential reference tool for all with a professional or leisure interest in the care of animals. Much more than a list of veterinary terms, its practical approach ensures that readers gain an insight into the signs and symptoms of common, and less common, diseases, their diagnosis and treatment. For the 22nd edition much new and updated information has been included, reflecting the numerous developments that have taken place in animal care and husbandry, and welfare. There is greatly expanded coverage of topics relating to popular breeds of dog and cat, and the inheritable conditions that might affect their health. Advances in medicine, surgery and diagnostic techniques; descriptions of newly identified diseases such as Schmallenberg virus; the resurgence of old scourges such as TB in cattle, and ongoing enzootic infections such as bird flu are included in this new edition. The growing risk of exotic diseases such as heartworm being imported following the relaxation of travel arrangements for dogs and cats is reflected in new entries. Notes on many new species being farmed or kept as companion animals are among the thousands of topics covered. Whether your interest is in cats or cattle, horses or hamsters, puppies or pigeons, the A-Z of veterinary matters is covered in Black's Veterinary Dictionary.
Generations of veterinary practitioners, students, farmers and pet owners have relied on Black’s Veterinary Dictionary as a primary reference on animal health and husbandry matters. The 21st edition has been comprehensively updated; it covers the widest spectrum of veterinary data available in a single volume. The core of information on animal health, husbandry and welfare topics, and signs of diseases and their treatment, is supplemented by many new and amended entries. These reflect the numerous developments that have taken place since the 20th edition was published; they range from advances in medication to descriptions of newly identified conditions; from the resurgence of old scourges such as TB in cattle to the emerging risk of exotic diseases being imported following the relaxation of travel arrangements for dogs and cats. A major innovation is the inclusion of entries describing the popular breeds of dog and cat, and the inheritable conditions to which they might be susceptible. Some changes will be noticed in the spelling of certain medicines, which have been amended to conform with the recommended international non-proprietary names for medicinal substances, in accordance with EEC Directive 92/97. Dr A.H. Andrews BVetMed, PhD, MRCVS has again acted as assistant editor. Dr Andrews, D. McK. Fraser BVM&S, CertWel. MRCVS and A.D. Malley FRCVS, MVB, BA have all made extensive suggestions and contributions. I am grateful for their input. E.B. 2005 Note: The use of small capitals, for instance, ANTIBODY, in the text, refers the reader to the entry of that name for additional information. Black’s Veterinary Dictionary, first published in 1928, owes its existence to the late Professor William C. Miller, who was also responsible for the 1935 edition. When on the teaching staff of the Royal (Dick) Veterinary College, Edinburgh, he saw the need for such a book and modelled it on Black’s Medical Dictionary. Professor Miller held the chair of animal husbandry at the Royal Veterinary College, London, and completed a distinguished career by becoming Director of the Animal Health Trust’s equine research station at Newmarket. Editorship from the 1953 to 1995 editions was in the hands of Geoffrey P. West MRCVS, veterinary writer and journalist. First published 1928 Second edition 1935 Third edition 1953 Fourth edition 1956 Fifth edition 1959 Sixth edition 1962 Seventh edition 1965 Eighth edition 1967 Ninth edition 1970 Tenth edition 1972 Eleventh edition 1975 Twelfth edition 1976 Thirteenth edition 1979 Fourteenth edition 1982 Fifteenth edition 1985 Sixteenth edition 1988 Seventeenth edition 1992 Eighteenth edition 1995 Nineteenth edition 1998 Twentieth edition 2001 Twenty-first edition 2005
This compact but encyclopedic dictionary has offered practical help to farmers and owners of stables since the first edition in 1928 and, increasingly over the years, to the owners of an ever wider variety of pets. It has also become a recognized reference book for veterinary surgeons, students and journalists faced with unusual pets and unfamiliar conditions. Content has been regularly revised, updated, and reorganized, shifting away from the dominant focus on the horse still so relevant in the early editions. With the 18th edition, the range of animals and topics widens further to embrace more detailed legislation, equine motor neuron disease, predetermining the sex of calves and tarantulas.
Der vorliegende Atlas ist eine bislang einmalige Zusammenstellung aller bildgebenden Verfahren für die drei großen "Heimtierklassen" Vögel, Kleinsäuger und Reptilien. Für jede Kleintierpraxis liegt damit eine ideale Ergänzung zu der bisher verfügbaren Literatur der bildgebenden Diagnostik vor.

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