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Author: A. Rijnberk,H.W. de Vries
ISBN: 0792330374
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Pages 376 pages
Publisher Springer; 1995 edition (March 31, 1995)
Language English
Category: Other
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eBook Medical History and Physical Examination in Companion Animals download

by A. Rijnberk,H.W. de Vries


Chapters Table of contents (27 chapters). About About this book. 1. epartment of Clinical Sciences of Companion AnimalsUtrecht UniversityThe Netherlands. Bibliographic information.

Chapters Table of contents (27 chapters). Pages i-x. PDF. Introduction. A. Rijnberk, H. W. de Vries. Pages 1-3. The rationale for this approach. Pages 4-8. A few concepts and an introduction to the diagnostic process. Methods and instruments.

The accompanying DVD includes video clips of a variety of examinations and forms (in PDF format) that can be used for determining the results when carrying out the medical history and physical examination in companion animals. first book devoted to medical history and clinical examination in companion animals system-based approach problem-oriented approach: short initial examination is used to define the problems.

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It describes the methods used in the veterinary schools of the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands and the University of The medical history and physical examination are the most important cornerstones of clinical diagnosis, but there has been no single book devoted to . .

It describes the methods used in the veterinary schools of the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands and the University of The medical history and physical examination are the most important cornerstones of clinical diagnosis, but there has been no single book devoted to a description of methods applicable to companion animals. This book is intended to fulfil the need. It describes the methods used in the veterinary schools of the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands and the University of Ghent in Belgium

by A. Rijnberk, F. J. van Sluijs September 2008 The medical history and physical examination are the most important cornerstones of.first book devoted to medical history and clinical examination in companion animals. system-based approach.

by A. van Sluijs September 2008 The medical history and physical examination are the most important cornerstones of clinical diagnosis. This is the only veterinary book devoted to a description of methods applicable to companion animals. The methods described are used in the veterinary schools of Utrecht (the Netherlands) and Ghent (Belgium), but their effectiveness and usefulness is recognized by many visiting staff members and students from other veterinary schools in Europe and North America.

Spring 1990 A. Rijnberk and . Nevertheless, the history and physical examination remain the most important guides for further examination and for monitoring treatment. Autumn 2004 A.

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first book devoted to medical history and clinical examination in companion animals. Affiliations and Expertise. Professor (Emeritus) Internal Medicine of Companion Animals, Utrecht University, The Netherlands. problem-oriented approach: short initial examination is used to define the problems presented by the owner. uses same effective method of examination throughout. separate chapter on Reptiles. Professor of Surgery of Companion Animals, Utrecht University, The Netherlands.

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