Interpretation of Laboratory Results for Small Animal Clinicians

  • ID: 2221361
  • Book
  • 528 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This book provides the veterinary practitioner with an explanation of the meaning of laboratory results (biochemical, haematological and urinary) in the diagnosis of disorders in small animals. It enables veterinary surgeons in small
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Aspects of interpretation;
Part 1 Haematology:; Red blood cells (RBCs); White blood cells (WBCs); Platelets (thrombocytes);
Part 2 Plasma biochemistry:; Nutrients and metabolites; Enzymes; Electrolytes and metals; Hormones;
Part 3 Urinalysis:; Physical examination of urine; Chemical examination of urine; Urinary sediment; Urine culture and bacteriological screening methods
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B. M. Bush
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