Saunders Comprehensive Veterinary Dictionary, 5th Edition

Saunders Comprehensive Veterinary Dictionary, 5th Edition

Elsevier Saunders
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Studdert, Gay, Hinchcliff
Sept. 2020, Elsevier Saunders
1344 pages
21,6 x 27,6 cm
62,00 €

Saunders Comprehensive Veterinary Dictionary, 5th Edition
includes the veterinary technical and scientific words and phrases you
might encounter in practice. With well over 60,000 main and subentries
including large animals, small animals, and exotics, presented in a
user-friendly format, the fifth edition continues its legacy as the most
comprehensive dictionary reference in the veterinary field. Completely
revised and updated for today's veterinary team, it now includes an
all-new companion Evolve site, which hosts an audio glossary of 1,200
common veterinary terms and an image collection featuring high-quality
images from the book. The online site also includes printable appendices
with essential reference information including conversion charts and
blood groups of domestic animals.

New to this edition

  • UPDATED and NEW! Updated and all-new terminology from the
    latest research, including updated taxonomy in virology and
    bacteriology, ensures this invaluable reference is up-to-date.

  • NEW! Updated images ensure you receive the most current and pertinent illustrations that identify and highlight specific terms.

  • NEW! An all-new suite of online features including printable
    appendices with essential veterinary reference information, an image
    collection with 1,000 high-quality images, and an audio glossary with
    more than 1,200 common veterinary terms.

  • NEW! A new co-editor and new expert contributors from around the world provide updates on the latest advances in the field of veterinary science.

Author Info

By Virginia P. Studdert, BSc DVM Hon DVSc, Emeritus Professor, School of Veterinary Science, University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; Clive C. Gay,
DVM MVSc Hon DVSc FACVSc Hon Diplomate ACVIM, Emeritus Professor,
College of Veterinary Medicine, Washington State University, Washington,
and Kenneth W Hinchcliff, BVSc, MS, PhD, DACVIM (Large Animal), Dean Emeritus Veterinary Clinical Centre Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences
The University of Melbourne