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    Cardiorespiratory Diseases of the Dog and Cat
    By Mike Martin and Brendan Corcoran



    Pages: 337
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    Edition: 1st. 1997
    Language: English
    ISBN: 978-0632032983

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    Cardiac cases represent a large proportion of the small animal patients in most practices. However patients often initially merely show symptoms of a "chest complaint", which could represent either a cardiac or pulmonary problem. This book provides a practical guide for practitioners faced with such cases. Written in an easily accessible note form the book uses a practical approach considering the symptoms first and then the possible causes.

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