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Managing diseases of birds and exotic pets
  1. Jörg Mayer and
  2. Thomas M. Donnelly

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ALMOST all veterinary practices see a small percentage of exotic animal cases on a daily basis. However, in many situations the spectrum of species presented and the variety of clinical scenarios might be daunting for small animal practitioners who may not treat these animals on a regular basis or be familiar with common conditions that affect them. This book provides a useful resource with information that is easy to access rapidly and provides the clinician with a working therapeutic plan to recognise and investigate exotic animal cases. Embedded Image

The book is divided into six sections: diseases and disorders, procedures and techniques, differential diagnosis, …

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