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    Ophthalmology for the Equine Practitioner
    ( Made Easy Series )
    by Dennis E. Brooks



    Pages: 157
    Publisher: --
    Edition: 2002
    Language: English

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    General and physiologic anatomy, examination procedures and techniques, and management protocols for commonly occurring ophthalmic diseases and disorders in horses.
    Clinical in approach, this portable resource for the non-specialist provides clear guidelines for evaluation, diagnosis and management of medical and surgical problems. All commonly used drugs are covered in the text. Breed-related diseases are included in an accessible table format. Succinct text, 102 full-color images and lay-flat binding make this a practical and portable reference, ideal for use in-the-field.




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