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The long-awaited Sixth Edition of Schalm’s Veterinary Hematology has been revised and reorganized to increase accessibility and cohesiveness of the text. Topics are grouped within established disciplines in hematology, and outlines are now included at the beginning of each chapter. The book features new sections on Hematotoxicity and Quality Control and Laboratory Techniques, and includes expanded sections on Laboratory Animal Hematology, Species Specific Hematology, and Hematologic Neoplasia. With in-depth coverage on all aspects of the field, this comprehensive reference is an essential purchase for veterinary clinical hematologists, internists, and students.
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This eagerly- awaited fifth edition brings together the full scope of veterinary hematology in one completely revised volume that upholds the classic tradition of its predecessors.
Featuring over 180 chapters and the insights of 225 expert authors from all over the world, Schalm’s is your most complete and in-depth reference on the subject.
You'll find in-depth coverage of every aspect of veterinary hematology, with normal hematology for over 30 species- including marine mammals, reptiles and various birds – so the content is relevant to every kind of veterinary practice.
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When you want the best minds from around the world to help you solve hematologic problems, reach for the fifth edition of Schlam's Veterinary Hematology.From the Back Cover:
The long-awaited new edition for this comprehensive reference for veterinary clinical hematologists, internists, and students. Includes in-depth coverage of all aspects of the field, with normal hematology for over 30 species. Features more than 100 clinical cases, world renowned contributors, and a new section on the application of hematology in industrial settings emphasizing pre-clinical toxicity studies in the drug/implant device industry in a hematopathology section specifically addressing issues related to pre-clinical toxicity testing and focus on rodent hematology. Further expansion is planned in the following sections: clinical pathology, development of new techniques such as flow cytometry, immunophenotyping, and clonality testing, growth in private clinical pathology service laboratories, increased use of blood and blood products in veterinary practice, and growth in the vet lab technician market. Also planned is a section on instrumentation, techniques, and quality control in order to better support the vet lab technicians and encourage the use of the latest instruments and techniques in vet labs.
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Book Description Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0813817986