Handbook of Veterinary Neurology
by M. D. Lorenz and J. N. Kornegay
Publisher: W.B. Saunders.
Edition: 4th., April 2004.
Size: 44 MB
The revision of this popular veterinary medicine textbook is perfect for use in basic neuroscience courses, clinical neurology courses, and as a reference for practicing veterinarians. Divided into two parts, the first covers the fundamental concepts required to make an accurate neurological diagnosis, and Part 2 is organized in a problem-oriented format.
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- Many algorithms, illustrations (both photos and line drawings), and tables provide quick reference and clarification of important information.
- Coverage encompasses small and large animal neurology including bovine, canine, caprine, equine, feline, ovine, and porcine.
- Extensive references assist readers in pursuing in-depth research of more advanced topics.
- An appendix organized alphabetically by species makes it easy to locate material.
- An increased emphasis on relevant and useful neuroanatomy in Part 1 (Fundamentals) makes the text more practical for basic science courses
- The chapter on Confirming a Diagnosis (Chapter 4) features more detailed descriptions of advanced imaging techniques, including when they should be used and how to achieve the best results.
- The chapters in Part 2 (Clinical Problems: Signs and Symptoms) contain updated information on diseases and offer new test cases at the end of each chapter.
- Large animal test cases are now more detailed and extensive.