Veterinary literature

These notes are provided to students who are enrolled in the Small Animal Medicine II course at  University. The notes were written so as to provide a solid and thorough understanding of the disease pathophysiology at hand. The notes are organized in such a manner as to first provide a succinct review of pertinent anatomy and physiology, followed by clinical approach (key historical and physical exam findings), then diagnostic evaluation (labwork, specialized studies) and finally therapeutic options and prognosis. The notes were written with an eye to a solid understanding of the disease process at hand with particular attention paid to clinically relevant points in a straightforward manner. Read here


The book was developed from The Liverpool University
Veterinary School student notes after much encouragement
from both undergraduate and postgraduate students and is now
envisaged as a basic study aid for veterinary nurses, veterinary
students and particularly post – graduate students studying for
professional veterinary anaesthesia qualifi cations. The book is
also designed to be a quick – reference source for veterinary
surgeons in practice  Read here


Diagnostic Atlas of Veterinary Ophthalmology Read here

Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog

Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog 
4th Edition 
By Howard E. Evans, Alexander de Lahunta 
Now in full-color, Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog, 4thEdition features unparalleled coverage of canine morphology, with detailed descriptions and vivid illustrations that make intricate details easier to see and understand. Updated content reflects the latest knowledge on development, structure, and function, making this a valuable reference for anatomists, veterinary students, technicians, clinicians, experimentalists, and breeders. It is also useful in specialty fields such as mammalogy, biomechanics, and archaeology. Read here

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