Frank Verstraete, Anson J. Tsugawa
Published November 13, 2015
Reference - 255 Pages - 156 Color Illustrations
ISBN 9781482225457 - CAT# K22419
Series: Veterinary Self-Assessment Color Review Series
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This new edition in the established and well-respected series Veterinary Self-Assessment Color Reviews covers all aspects of veterinary dentistry. Each case consists of one or more questions, illustrated by stimulating visual material including imaging and color clinical photographs.
The 228 cases appear in random order, just as they would in practice, and are presented as self-assessment problems comprising integrated questions and detailed explanations designed to educate as well as to provide answers.
Written by well-respected experts in the field, this new edition of a bestseller has been completely updated and includes more than 50 new cases. The book is an excellent resource for exam preparation or for practitioners in their continuing professional development.
Classification of Cases
"The book has a lot of pictures which is a big asset and very helpful for learning. It also has a list of suggested reading material to aid in further study. This book would be most useful for a student learning about dentistry, as well as for the general practitioner"
—Lisa Rymes, BSc, DVM, The Canadian Veterinary Journal
"I have always found it inspiring with its mixture of basic topics but making the reader think more deeply about these basics, plus questions pertaining to clinical photo examples, which are the closest thing to having an expert sharing some of their cases with you… There is much to praise about the book, particularly its broad range of topics covering general aspects of veterinary dentistry that everyone in clinical practice should know about, to more advanced oral surgery cases and dentistry techniques."
—Simone Kirby, Veterinary Record
"...extensive coverage...illustrations superb...essential reading for all in companion animal practice."
—The Veterinary Record