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    Ear Diseases of the Dog and Cat
    by Richard Harvey




    Pages: 272
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    Edition: 1st., 2001
    Language: English
    ISBN: 978-0813803020

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    Ear disease, particularly oritis external, is a common condition presented in veterinary practice and is not always obvious to the pet owner. Other vital conditions covered include otitis media, vestibula syndrome (or acquired conducive deafness) which, although less commonly seen in practice, can be devastating to the animal concerned. Key features include:
    –– Comprehensive, superbly illustrated coverage
    –– Practical approach to investigation, diagnosis, and management
    –– Complementary specialist skills of international author team
    All three authors are actively involved in the diagnosis and management of ear disease, both in first opinion and referral practice. Between them, they encompass the three major disciplines necessary – dermatology, neurology, and surgery. Illustrated throughout with color photographs and fully referenced, this book will be of value to students and veterinarians.

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