Veterinary Cytology: Dog, Cat, Horse and Cow: Self-Assessment Color Review, Second Edition, 2nd Edition (Paperback) book cover

Veterinary Cytology

Dog, Cat, Horse and Cow: Self-Assessment Color Review, Second Edition, 2nd Edition

Edited by Francesco Cian, Kathleen Freeman

CRC Press

220 pages | 266 Color Illus.

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Description

Key features:

  • Full-colour with over 240 photomicrographs
  • Covers the dog, the cat, the horse, and the cow
  • The new edition adds 89 brand new cases and updates all the existing content to ensure its continued relevance in practice
  • Adds ‘Frequently Asked Questions’ at the end the book to further test the reader’s knowledge

This highly visual book provides a comprehensive survey of cytological features and patterns as an aid to study, revision and continuing education for veterinarians in practice and training. Illustrated in full-colour with over 240 photomicrographs, the cases are presented randomly and appear as self-assessment questions with detailed explanatory answers. Species covered include the dog, the cat, the horse, and the cow. The new edition adds 89 brand new cases and updates all the existing content to ensure its continued relevance in practice. It also includes ‘Frequently Asked Questions’ at the end the book to further test the reader’s knowledge.

This fully-revised second edition continues to be an invaluable reference for veterinary practitioners, veterinary students, nurses, and technicians.

Reviews

"This question-answer, "flash card" type approach is the major advantage of the "self-assessment" book. It allows the reader to invest as little or much time available, with the benefit of learning something new each time. Cases are presented in an unstructured way so that the reader can evaluate one or more cases and need not read an entire chapter or series of cases to learn what the authors had to offer. The small size of the book (14.5 by 21 cm; 219 pages) allows the user to have it in a pocket or purse and read it on a bus or as other time periods become available. The authors are competent and experienced cytologists and clinical pathologists, and their descriptions and interpretations are of value to those wanting to improve their cytologic diagnostic skills."

–Harold Tvedten DVM, PhD, University Animal Hospital, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden

"Veterinary Cytology offers a wide array of cytology cases to study. Although not exhaustive, it does offer a represntative series of diagnostic scenariosfor various species.Updated from the first edition 10 years previous, the secnd edition continues to focus on teaching cytology with a practical and clinical approach. Clinical cases lend a more "real life" interpretation and discussion of the cytology slides provided…. The interpretative guidance offered is excellent and thorough, making Veterinary Cytology worth purchasing."

- Janeen Junaid, DVM, MVSc, Locum/Associate Small Animal Veterinarian, Ontario. Reviewed in the Canadian Veterinary Journal 59, July 2018

"The format has changed from the previous edition with the answers now being found at the back of the book. This has allowed expansion of the answers, explanations and discussion of each case. The editors’ comments are welcome, adding information and experience to the interpretations. The literature references are up to date and exactly on point. Recommended."

–Kathleen Tennant, Clinical lead, diagnostic laboratories, Langford Vets

Table of Contents

Preface

Contributors to the first edition

Contributors to the second edition

Abbreviations

Conversion Factors

Classification of Cases

Questions

Answers

FAQs

References

About the Series

Veterinary Self-Assessment Color Review Series

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
MED089000
MEDICAL / Veterinary Medicine / General
MED089020
MEDICAL / Veterinary Medicine / Food Animal