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    Tumors in Domestic Animals
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    Highly regarded as the most comprehensive and authoritative work available, Tumors in Domestic Animals is an essential reference for veterinary pathologists, oncologists, clinicians, residents and students concerned with veterinary oncology. The fourth edition of this highly acclaimed textbook was updated and expanded by leading authorities on animal tumor pathology. The revision condenses a vast body of new research into useful information.
    This definitive text addresses all aspects of veterinary tumor pathology in common domestic mammals. The user-friendly chapters are systems-based and each includes sections on relevant clinical pathology, immunohistochemistry and an extensive bibliography. Readers can easily locate salient clinical information, prevalence data, biological behavior, and accurate information about gross and microscopic lesions to help establish an accurate morphological diagnosis.

    •Substantial text changes, including added clinical information.
    •Hundreds of excellent images to aid in identification.
    •Contributions by distinguished veterinary pathologists from both sides of the Atlantic.
    This useful volume will undoubtedly be sought again and again as the ultimate reference on the pathology of tumors in domestic animals.

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