Although a working knowledge of neuroanatomy is necessary for clinicians, learning neuroanatomy in depth is rarely an achievable goal of any veterinarian in practice.
Although a working knowledge of neuroanatomy is necessary for clinicians, learning neuroanatomy in depth is rarely an achievable goal of any veterinarian in practice. Practical Guide to Canine and Feline Neurology by Curtis Dewey, DVM, MS, dipl. ACVIM, ACVS, provides the tools necessary to understand and be clinically proficient with the neurology cases faced in small animal practice. The book is arranged in a logical sequence based on the order of brain, spinal cord and peripheral nervous systems. Opening chapters provide a review of pertinent neuroanatomy, a step-by-step guide to neurologic examination and a brief overview of available neurodiagnostic tests.The publisher says this is an excellent reference source for general small animal practitioners, veterinary students, residents, specialists and anyone needing a refresher course on neurology before taking specialty board or state board exams.
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