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Clinical Immunology of the Dog and Cat by…

Clinical Immunology of the Dog and Cat

by Michael J. Day

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0813823404, Hardcover)

The science of immunology is relatively new, complex, and rapidly growing. This new reference leads the reader from basic immunological principles to their practical application in the diagnosis and treatment of immune-mediated diseases of the dog and cat.

An excellent resource for veterinarians in practice and in training, Clinical Immunology of the Dog and Cat provides information on such topics as immunodeficiency disease, immune system neoplasia, and immunotherapy.

Illustrations, including 670 color diagrams and photographs form clinical cases, cover radiography, endoscopy, cytology, gross and microscopic pathology, immunopathology, and electron microscopy.

A list of abbreviations and references for additional reading further complement this reference book. Also, a set of symbols, defined in a key, is used to consistently represent immunological molecules and cells in diagrams throughout the book.

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