New to this edition:
- fully up–to–date on the latest diagnostic and imaging techniques
- new chapter on the special senses of birds, an understanding of which is crucial when consulted about animal welfare problems
- Formulary updated by world expert on avian therapeutics, Professor Tom Tully
- avian zoonotics are highlighted in infectious diseases section
1 Diversity in Anatomy and Physiology: Clinical Significance.
2 The Special Senses of Birds Dr Susan E. Orosz.
3 Clinical Examination.
4 Aids to Diagnosis Professor Dr Maria Krautwald–Junghanns.
5 Post–mortem Examination.
6 Medication and Administration of Drugs.
9 Nursing and After Care.
10 Breeding Problems.
11 Release of Casualty Wild Birds..
1 An avian formulary Professor Thomas N. Tully.
2 Bacterial diseases of birds.
3 Viral diseases of birds.
4 Mycotic diseases of birds.
5 Parasitic diseases of birds.
6 Poisons likely to affect birds.
7 Some suggested diagnostic schedules.
8 Weights of birds most likely to be seen in general practice.
9 Incubation and fl edging periods of selected birds.
11 Some useful websites.
"Any veterinary student or general practitioner with an interest in avian medicine should place this book at the top of their shopping list."Veterinary Record