VHM 3310 Large Animal Medicine

In this course, students learn about the more common disease states and conditions of the large domestic animal species. A problem oriented approach with the provision of case examples is utilized in teaching the course. For the common problems involving the individual animal, students will be provided information on patient profile, history, clinical signs and laboratory data. Following an assessment of each problem, information on diagnostic approach, therapy and prognosis will be provided.

 

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Publication date: 2017.
Authors:
  • Constable, Peter D.
  • Hinchcliff, Kenneth W.
  • Done, Stanley H.
  • Gruenberg, Walter.
Holdings:
  • STACKS (Available)
  • RESERVES-DAILY (Available)
  • RESERVES-DAILY (Available)
  • STACKS (Available)

Publication date:
Authors:
  • Smith, Bradford P.,editor.
Holdings:
  • STACKS (Available)
  • RESERVES-DAILY (Available)

Publication date: 1998
Authors:
  • Ogilvie, Timothy H.
Holdings:
  • RESERVES-DAILY (Available)

Publication date: c2015.
Authors:
  • Robinson, N. E.(Norman Edward)
  • Sprayberry, Kim A.
Holdings:
  • RESERVES-DAILY (Available)
  • STACKS (Available)
  • STACKS (Available)

Publication date: 2009.
Authors:
  • Anderson, David E.,DVM.
  • Rings, Michael.
Holdings:
  • STACKS (Available)
  • RESERVES-DAILY (Available)

Publication date: 1999.
Authors:
  • Howard, Jimmy L.
  • Smith, Robert A.(Robert Arthur),1946-
Holdings:
  • STACKS (Available)
  • RESERVES-DAILY (Available)

Publication date: 1993.
Authors:
  • Howard, Jimmy L.
Holdings:
  • RESERVES-DAILY (Available)