Illustrated with over 1000 color images of the highest quality, Bovine Pathology: A Text and Color Atlas is a comprehensive single resource to identifying diseases in dairy cattle, feedlot cattle, and their calves. With summary text describing key features, the book correlates clinical information with pathology and differential diagnoses. The text covers naked-eye macroscopic appearance, through to microscopic pathology, and the immunohistochemistry of infectious agents and tumor markers. Structured by major organ system, the disease entries follow a consistent format and clarity of display. This, combined with an integrated E-book, handy fact sheets, summary boxes and key points, helps aid understanding. Key features include: - Over 1000 superb color images to illustrate the pathologies - A thorough review of mainly western hemisphere diseases of cattle covering macroscopic appearance, microscopic appearance, and immunohistochemistry - Synoptic layout, fact sheets, summary boxes, succinct legends and key bullet points supports its use as a field guide or revision aid - Organised by major organ system which ensures that vital facts can be found quickly - A unique chapter covering calf-hood diseases Serving as an essential reference work for veterinary pathologists who perform bovine necropsies, veterinary residents and students, the book is also practical enough for bovine practitioners who need to investigate sudden death losses of cattle on the farm.
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A prestigious author and researcher, Professor Buergelt is author of Color Atlas of Equine Pathology published by Wiley 2014. He taught Veterinary Pathology to professional students and residents for over 30 years while on the faculty of the University of Florida. He has longstanding continuous professional experience in diagnostic veterinary pathology, covering domestic animal species, especially large animals, small animals, wildlife/exotic animal species and zoo animals. His research interest focused on bovine paratuberculosis (Johne's disease), an important worldwide infectious disease of ruminants.; Dr. Edward G. Clark is an adjunct professor with the University of Calgary, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Clark has gained considerable experience and is one of the greatest experts in the pathology of feedlot cattle. He also specializes in veterinary dermatopathology.; Dr. Del Piero (board-certified) is Professor of Veterinary Pathology at Louisiana State University, Bato