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Equine dentistry
  1. Amy Reynolds

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Principles of Equine Dentistry By David O. Klugh 240 pages, hardback, £65. Manson Publishing. 2010. ISBN 978 1 84076 114 6

DAVID Klugh's new text on general equine dentistry covers the anatomy and function of the teeth and head and the pathophysiology of equine dental disease, along with both traditional and modern methods of treating dental disease. Having multiple contributors, the book draws knowledge and opinion from many well-known veterinarians involved in the equine dental field.

This comprehensive text contains concise chapters that flow from the basic anatomy and physiology of the horse's head and mouth, to the embryology of …

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