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Handbook of Symptoms in Dogs and Cats: Assessing Common Illnesses by Differential Diagnosis


Christian F. Schrey


A handy pocket reference book for the busy practising vet providing a differential diagnosis guide to common conditions, The Handbook of Symptoms in Dogs and Cats is an invaluable practice resource ideal as a quick look-up guide during consultation.

The book allows vets to look up a condition and identify the cause of the problem through a list of symptoms. It includes: 100 Main symptoms and their differential diagnoses and 100 laboratory findings, their standard values and analysis and diagnostic pathways for each symptom along with numerous tables for finding the confirming diagnosis.

This practical and up-to-date manual is an indispensable companion for all small animal medicine veterinarians as well as for students of veterinary medicine

Translated from Leitsymptome und Leitbefunde bei Hund und Katze: Differenzialdiagnostischer Leitfaden 3rd Ed, published by Schattauer.

Additional information

ISBN 9781910455722
Product type PB
Publication date 10-Feb-17
Dimensions 198 × 129 mm
Product options

eBook (ePub), eBook (pdf), Print version

1 review for Handbook of Symptoms in Dogs and Cats: Assessing Common Illnesses by Differential Diagnosis

  1. Suma M. Rao, JAVMA

    ‘The authors provide an exhaustive list of differential diseases and diagnostic plans to address each of the symptoms described. The format is particularly helpful for veterinary students and new graduates who are still developing their problem-based learning skills.This book will also be handy for seasoned practitioners who need to quickly formulate rule-out lists and diagnostic plans during a busy day of appointments.’

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