This note helps to simplify and organize complex
topics, and to brief the student on problems and the important aspects to
explore during dissections. The primary objective of this note is to provide the
opportunity for students to acquire some knowledge in the anatomy of the horse
and other domestic herbivores. This knowledge base will become the framework
upon which more advanced procedures, concepts, and exploration in the field of
Author(s):Oklahoma State University Center for
Veterinary Health Sciences
Veterinary Parasitology explains the diagnosis, treatment and control
of major endo and ecto parasites of domesticated animals. Topics covered
includes: Coccidia, Arthropods, Nematodes , Platyhelminthes.
This book is useful
for anyone studying for preliminary qualifications in veterinary nursing or
biology. It is intended for use by students with little previous biological
knowledge.This book contains 16 chapters covering fundamental concepts like
organic chemistry, body organisation and the cell and then the systems of the
Animal Drug and Patent Restoration act requires that each sponsor of an approved
animal drug must submit to the FDA certain information regarding patents held
for the animal drug or its method of use. The Act requires that this
information, as well as a list of all animal drug products approved for safety
and effectiveness, be made available to the public. The list, known as the
"Green Book," was first published in January 1989.
This book, Insights
from Veterinary Medicine presents original research results and reviews flashing
several distinctive aspects of the Veterinary Medicine Sciences, in which the
knowledge has continuously increased over the past decades.
note covers the following topics: 1.General pathology: Diseases of the
respiratory and circulatory organs, of the blood-vessels and lymphatic system in
all domestic animals 2. Diseases of the digestive organs, liver, pancreas, and
spleen. 3. Diseases of the nervous system. Genito-urinary organs. Eye. Skin.
Constitutional diseases, 4. Infectious diseases, 5. Parasites, parasitisms.
This book was developed to
provide a current perspective on agricultural use of antibiotics. Topics include
some major uses of antibiotics, problems associated with their use from a
regulatory stand point, residues in food including methods of detection, risks
to human health from use in feeds, trends in use, and overall risks and
benefits. The scope, therefore, is much broader than in several other recent
symposia that have focused mainly on the controversy regarding the use of
antibiotics as feed additives.