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    by A. Rebar, Daniel Boon and John Christian.
    Publisher: Ralston Purina Company, Clinical Handbook Series.
    Pages: 96
    Edition: 2000
    Language: English


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    This Clinical Handbook contains:
    Introduction
    Part I ( Chs. 1 - 4 )
    Covers basic information on biochemical profiling as well as interpretation of hemogram, urianalysis and acid-base balance.
    Part II ( Chs. 5 - 9 )
    Each major organ is discussed independently and a specific test panel is outlined for each.
    Part III ( Ch. 10 )
    Case Studies
    Part IV
    Chemistry Reference Ranges for the Dog and Cat.
    Hematology Reference Ranges for the Dog and Cat.
    Index.
    Glossary of Term.
    Suggested Reading.

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