Clinical Techniques in Equine Practice

Editor-in-Chief: James A. Orsini, DVM, ACVS
Frequency: 4 issue(s)/year

Clinical Techniques in Equine Practice presents unique challenges to the practitioner. Many practitioners working outside specialized clinics or veterinary schools do not have an opportunity to learn of new procedures first hand. Clinical Techniques in Equine Practice is designed to provide comprehensive, current reviews of clinical procedures, both diagnostic and therapeutic, for the practitioner who cares for horses. Breeders and trainers will also find the material covered to be relevant.

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