Learning Veterinary Terminology

Paperback | July 26, 2001

byDouglas F. McbrideEditorDouglas F. Mcbride

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Newly updated to reflect the latest terminology, this best-selling text now features numerous new and revised pedagogical features that make it an excellent resource both in the classroom and for self-study. Brand-new additions include several new appendices, new anatomical drawings, and a more extensive index. Many sections have been completely rewritten for consistency and greater reader comprehension, and review sections now include more thought-provoking questions and multiple-choice tests.

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Newly updated to reflect the latest terminology, this best-selling text now features numerous new and revised pedagogical features that make it an excellent resource both in the classroom and for self-study. Brand-new additions include several new appendices, new anatomical drawings, and a more extensive index. Many sections have been ...

Format:PaperbackPublished:July 26, 2001Publisher:Elsevier CanadaLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0323013295

ISBN - 13:9780323013291

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great guide for new Vet Tech students This book is a great introduction to veterinary terminology for the beginner. The world of veterinary terminology can be overwhelming to prospective students with little to no greek or latin background. This book breaks the subject down into manageable chunks - chapters are short and easy to digest - and concepts are explained simply and clearly. Perhaps the most valuable part sof this book are the "Test Me" sections at the end of each chapter as well as the activities that help cement the terms and concepts explained within. Readers are able to put their knowledge to the test immediately, and review any gap areas before moving on. Needless to say, these working sections act as excellent test and exam preparation, and are extremely useful for the new Veterinary Technician student. This book is indexed, and includes shortlists of clinical abbreviations. In addition to covering terminology, it also helps the reader to review basic anatomy and physiology and is a great supplement to textbooks in those subject areas. A great reference, and a must have for the new Vet Tech student. Listed as an optional textbook in my VT program, I would have been lost without it!
Date published: 2008-10-31

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Table of Contents

An Introduction to Veterinary Terminology
Building a Veterinary Vocabulary
Adding to the Foundation
Completing the Foundation
Understanding the Animal Body and Its Structure
Skeletal System: The Framework of the Body
The Muscular System: The Moving Force
The Integumentary System: The Skin and its Accessory Structures
The Cardiovascular and Lymphatic Systems: The Transports of the Body
Respiratory System
Gastrointestinal Tract
The Genitourinary System: Animal Reproduction and the Processing of Liquid Wastes
The Endocrine System: The Chemical Stimulators
The Nervous System: The Central Processing Unit
The Special Senses: The Sources of Information
The Immune System: The Defenders of the Body
Dogs and Cats
Equine Industry
Cattle Industry
Swine Industry
Small Ruminants
Rodents, Rabbits, and Laboratory Animal Science
Exotic Animals
Appendixes