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Exotic animal laboratory diagnosis
Exotic animal laboratory diagnosis
1st ed., 630 pages, 0 ill., John Wiley & Sons, April 2020

Item Code: ANESO284
ISBN: 9780470960356
Weigth: 1800 g
Species: Exotic animals
Discipline: Laboratory medicine
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Exotic Animal Laboratory Diagnosis is a practical, user-friendly guide to diagnostic testing in a wide range of exotic species.
  • Offers complete information on obtaining samples, performing tests, and interpreting laboratory results in exotic animals
  • Presents information on each species using a similar format for easy access
  • Emphasizes details on clinical biochemistries, urinalysis, and common laboratory diagnostic tests not found in other resources
  • Draws together information on selecting, performing, and using diagnostic tests into a single easy-to-use resource
  • Covers a wide range of species, including small mammals, primates, reptiles, aquatic animals, and wild, laboratory, and pet birds 
Contributors vii
Preface xi
Acknowledgment xiii
1 Introduction 1
Karen E. Russell and J. Jill Heatley
2 Ferrets 17
Cheryl B. Greenacre
3 Procyonids 45
Cameron Ratliff and J. Jill Heatley
4 Skunks 53
Dennilyn Parker, Frank J. Krupka and J. Jill Heatley
5 Rabbits 63
Barbara L. Oglesbee
6 Rats and Mice 81
James Kusmeirczyk, Melissa Kling, Ann B. Kier, Sherrelle M. Milligan and J. Jill Heatley
7 Hamsters and Gerbils 113
Gabriel P. McKeon, Claude M. Nagamine and Stephen A. Felt
8 Hystricomorph Rodents: Guinea Pigs, Chinchillas, Degus, and Viscachas 129
Christy L. Rettenmund and J. Jill Heatley
9 Capybaras (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris) 145
Jessica Hokamp, Rosely Gioia-Di Chiacchio and Eliana Reiko Matushima
10 Squirrels 155
J. Jill Heatley
11 Marsupials 175
Rosemary J. Booth
12 Hedgehogs 199
Jordan Gentry, R. Scott Larsen and J. Jill Heatley
13 Callitrichids 211
Melissa Smith and J. Jill Heatley
14 Lemurs 229
Sabrina D. Clark
15 Other Small New World Monkeys 241
Megan A. Albertelli
16 Tortoises and Freshwater Turtles 255
Charles Innis and Zdenek Knotek
17 Snakes 291
Jen Brown, Tim Tristan and J. Jill Heatley
18 Lizards 319
Stephen J. Divers and Melinda S. Camus
19 Amphibians 347
María J. Forzán and Barbara S. Horney
20 Fish 369
Stephen A. Smith
21 Aquatic Invertebrates 383
Nadia Stegeman, Matthew Allender, Jill Arnold and Christopher J. Bonar
22 Terrestrial Invertebrates 409
Trevor T. Zachariah
23 Laboratory Diagnostics for Birds 429
Shane Raidal
24 Raptors 437
Michael P. Jones and John Chitty
25 Psittaciformes 483
Thomas N. Tully, Jr.
26 Galliformes 503
Jennifer R. Cook and J. Jill Heatley
27 Pigeons and Doves 543
Lauren Virginia Powers and Devorah Marks Stowe
28 Passerine Birds 565
Kemba Marshall and J. Jill Heatley
29 Seabirds and Waterfowl 585
Christine Fiorello
Index 609
Author(s) CV
J. Jill Heatley, DVM, MS, DABVP (Avian, Reptilian, Amphibian), DACZM, is an Associate Professor of Zoological Medicine at the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas, USA.
Karen E. Russell, DVM, PhD, DACVP, is an Associate Professor of Clinical Pathology at the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas, USA.
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