By Bairbre O'Malley MvB MRCVS
The 1st in-depth textbook of its style, this source bargains exclusively with the comparative anatomy and body structure of unique species - small mammals, reptiles, and birds. For those ordinarily encountered species, it highlights scientific concerns for veterinary remedy. The publication is seriously illustrated with transparent line diagrams, radiographs, and colour illustrations, explaining sincerely the functioning of unique species.The first textbook to supply entire insurance of the comparative anatomy and body structure of unique species.Written in particular to provide the veterinary practitioner a greater figuring out of the functioning of unique species.Profusely illustrated with transparent line diagrams, radiographs, and colour plates.With three members
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