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This book is intended for veterinary students studying parasitology practising veterinary surgeons and those in animal science who reuire information on all aspects of parasitic disease in domestic animals The text is comprehensive covering both temperate and tropical zones and deals with all three aspects of parasitology helminthology entomology and protozoology as well as some blood borne rickettsial infections traditionally taught in the subject There are also chapters dedicated to reviews of epidemiology immunity anthelmintics ectoparasiticides and laboratory diagnosis Because the text is intended for those directly involved in the diagnosis treatment and control of parasitic infections of domestic animals diseases which are common or important are treated in some detail the less important being discussedbriefly For the same reason details of classification and taxonomy have been kept to the minimum necessary to indicate the relationships between the various species and to facilitate their identification This book is an excellent companion for student and practitioner alike although it is probably a little specialised for pet owners with no medical grounding It is written in concise form and has an excellent layout for easy reference One of its real strengths is its use of pictures which really illustrate written points beautifully The sections at the back also have tables and techniue descriptions for those moments when rapid descisive answers are needed In short a superbly written book that people have obviously put a lot of thought into I am sure it will be a career long collegue for anyone who purchases it

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Veterinary ParasitologyThis book is intended for veterinary students studying parasitology practising veterinary surgeons and those in animal science who reuire information on all aspects of parasitic disease in domestic animals The text is comprehensive covering both temperate and tropical zones and deals with all three aspects of parasitology helminthology entomology and protozoology as well as some blood borne rickettsial infections traditionally taught in the subject There are also chapters dedicated to reviews of epidemiology immunity anthelmintics ectoparasiticides and laboratory diagnosis Because the text is intended for those directly involved in the diagnosis treatment and control of parasitic infections of domestic animals diseases which are common or important are treated in some detail the less important being discussedbriefly For the same reason details of classification and taxonomy have been kept to the minimum necessary to indicate the relationships between the various species and to facilitate their identification I dont think I'd have passed without this book my teacher basically copied this book for her lectures