With the great increase, worldwide, in the number and variety of reptiles and amphibians kept as pets, in collections or for research, veterinary practitioners are expected to have a good knowledge of the medicine needed to treat them. This Self-Assessment Color Review presents the reader with over 250 short cases using high quality color photographs and questions pitched at various levels of expertise, plus detailed explanatory answers. The cases appear randomly, just as in real life, and allow the reader--by solving the clinical puzzle--to make differential diagnoses, treatment plans and prognoses.
Both authors are internationally renowned, and Dr. Frye is a world authority on reptile and amphibian medicine. Practitioners and students at all levels, as well as herpetologists, professional and amateur, will find in this Color Review a wealth of problem-oriented material to learn from and enjoy in their formal and informal training and continuing education.
Excellent for students or clinicians who want to deepen or broaden their interest.
Even experienced readers will be challenged to think broadly about disease processes and conditions, instead of jumping to a quick conclusion based on pattern recognition". In January 2002, he was honored as the recipient of the first Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians (ARAV) Lifetime Achievement Award, which now is named the Fredric L. Frye Lifetime Achievement Award.
Both authors lecture internationally and Dr Frye is among the world’s foremost authorities on reptile and amphibian medicine.
Excised tumors were examined histologically after routine processing with hematoxylin and eosin (H & E) stained slides, examined for the presence of viral particles by electron microscopy employing negative staining, and examined for the presence of viral DNA by PCR.
The cases are presented randomly, are illustrated by 267 photomicrographs in full colour, and appear as self-assessment questions and detailed explanatory answers. Species covered include mainly the dog and cat, with additional material on the horse. The book offers a sampling of cytological features and patterns as an aid to study, revision and continuin.
Both authors lecture internationally and Dr Frye is among the world's foremost authorities on reptile and amphibian medicine.
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Even experienced readers will be challenged to think broadly about disease processes and conditions, instead of jumping to a quick conclusion based on pattern recognition.