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Infektionskrankheiten Der Katze

Autor Katrin Hartmann, Julie Levy
en Limba Engleză Paperback – 29 feb 2012
Der erste in Deutsch erschienene Band aus der Reihe "Veterinary Self-Assessment Colour Review" behandelt alle Arten der Infektionskrankheiten der Katze.  Er umfaßt Infektionen, die von Viren, Bakterien, Parasiten und Pilzen verursacht werden.

Die 199 klinischen Fälle werden wie in der Praxis nach dem Zufallsprinzip präsentiert. Die breite Auswahl der Fälle sorgt dafür, daß alle Organsysteme der Katze vorkommen, die von Infektionen befallen werden. Die illustrierten klinischen Fallbeispiele enthalten in den Text integrierte Fragen und ausführlich erklärte Antworten. Das Buch wendet sich an Ärzte in Praxis und Klinik, an Studenten, HelferInnen und Techniker.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781840761825
ISBN-10: 1840761822
Pagini: 224
Dimensiuni: 148 x 210 x 10 mm
Greutate: 0 kg
Editura: CRC Press

Recenzii

...ideal for coffee breaks or in house training (or revision before exams!)... make sure that you have the other titles from the series in the staff room. They are really addictive!
Vets Today

...does not disappoint... useful for anyone interested in feline medicine, and certainly anyone studying for any further qualifications in internal medicine, dermatology, cardiorespiratory medicine or ophthalmology. It is also a useful book for general practitioners... allows readers to dip in and out of the book and learn without it feeling like really ‘studying’... an informative and well-written text.
–Samantha Taylor, Veterinary Record
...ideal for coffee breaks or in house training (or revision before exams!)... make sure that you have the other titles from the series in the staff room. They are really addictive! --Vets Today ...does not disappoint... useful for anyone interested in feline medicine, and certainly anyone studying for any further qualifications in internal medicine, dermatology, cardiorespiratory medicine or ophthalmology. It is also a useful book for general practitioners... allows readers to dip in and out of the book and learn without it feeling like really 'studying'... an informative and well-written text. --Samantha Taylor, Veterinary Record