Handbook of Zoonoses: Identification and Prevention
by Joann Colville and David Berryhill
Paperback: 272 pages
Edition: 1 edition (May 23, 2007)
The handbook has a simple and easy-to-follow style. The format for the sections on each of the zoonoses is readable and helpful, covering the basics of disease in animals (where relevant) and people, routes of transmission, diagnosis, treatment and prevention. With the ever-increasing recognition that animals are major reservoirs of human diseases and that most emerging
infections in people are zoonotic in nature, this handbook is a welcome tool.
The Veterinary Record, May 2008
Original in Vetelib
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