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    Veterinary Reproductive Ultrasonography
    Horse, Cattle, Sheep, Goat, Pig, Dog and Cat
    by Wolfgang Kahn

    Pages: 256
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    Edition: 2004
    Language: English
    ISBN: 978-3899930053


    Veterinary Reproductive Ultrasonography

    covers all of the most important domestic large and small animals and is a comprehensive and uniquely illustrated account of veterinary gynecologic
    examination and reproduction. Commencing with the common indications for ultrasonography, gynecologic and obstetric examination, the book moves on to interpret
    ultrasonographic findings. The pregnant and non-pregnant uterus, pathologic changes of the uterus and other abnormal ultrasonographic findings are described an

    This comprehensive guide to horse, cattle, sheep, goat, swine, dog and cat gynecologic examination and reproduction explains technique as well as interpretation.
    Its extensive illustration provides quick access and answers.

    Veterinary Reproductive Ultrasonography, with its nearly 400 to-quality illustrations and descriptive legends, is the definitive guide to reproductive problems facing the busy practitioner in day-to-day

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