NVMS – Small Animal Internal Medicine 1st Edition (Part of the NVMS: The National Veterinary Medical Series Series) by Sherri L. Ihle and Darcy H. Shaw.
NVMS – Small Animal Internal Medicine 1st Edition
The objectives of NVMS Small Animal Internal Medicine are to provide students with a concise, well-organized and up-to-date overview of the discipline and to offer the opportunity to test comprehension of the material. In our effort to be concise and emphasize the key points regarding clinical signs, diagnosis, and treatment, information relating to pathophysiologic mechanisms and detailed treatment strategies is decidedly brief. Consequently, other textbooks and scientific publications should be sought for this ,information.
The main audience for NVMS Small Animal Internal Medicine is third- and fourth-year veterinary students, but interns, residents, and private practitioners will also find the book useful. NVMS Small Animal Internal Medicine is ·organized into three general sections. The first section, Chapters 1 through 38, deals with clinical problems and their causes. The next section, Chapters 39 through 50, covers diseases associated with organ systems. A self assessment section containing a 100 question multiple choice ,examination concludes the book.
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We are ·confident that readers will find this a current, accurate, and complete overview of small animal internal medicine and will be challenged by the self-assessment activities. A companion volume, NVMS Small Animal Internal Medicine Case Management Test Booklet, is also· available to readers who wish to practice working through cases similar to those encountered in clinical practice and on national board examinations.
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