After 3 years in mixed practice where he obtained a Part I Diploma in Radiology he joined the Animal Health Trust as a clinician in 1975. Please enter your password below and click submit to continue to the content. Details of the normal radiographic anatomy of the immature and mature horse, with normal variations, incidental findings and significant abnormalities are set out including remarks on clinical prognosis and treatment. This book provides a comprehensive guide both to the techniques used to obtain radiographs of the horse, and to radiographic interpretation. This book is heavy, and delivery costs may be a consideration especially outside Britain. This second edition has been significantly enlarged to include new information and many additional illustrations.
This has tested the patience and endurance of us all, but we hope that it continues to enhance the value of the book to the reader. Typically a grazed corner or torn cover. Paul is now retired and has not contributed to the fourth edition of the book. He is recognized by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons as a Specialist in Equine Orthopaedic Surgery. Paul Poulos Following graduation from the University of California at Davis in 1960, Paul founded a private practice.
In 1975 she joined the Animal Health Trust in Newmarket where she gained considerable experience working with many internationally renewed veterinary surgeons. About this Item: Powell Publications, 2018. Since then Clinical Radiology of the Horse textbook received total rating of 3. In 1988 he returned to practice, where he became a senior partner in Avonvale Veterinary Practice, specialising in equine orthopaedics, until his recent retirement from practice. He then spent over 10 years at the Animal Health Trust in Newmarket. Description Clinical Radiology of the Horse is the best-selling, practical guide to all areas of equine radiography and radiology written by an experienced group of clinicians with a broad range of backgrounds.
DysonAfter qualifying from the University of Cambridge in 1980, Sue worked for a year at New Bolton Center, University of Pennsylvania, and then spent a year in private practice in Pennsylvania. Nearly all of the original text has been retained intact, with new writings simply being appended to old. The final chapter covers special radiographic procedures. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. This third edition continues to focus on radiography and radiology, but in some cases recognizes the limitations of radiography.
May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting. She has published widely on lameness, radiography ultrasonography, nuclear scintigraphy and magnetic resonance imaging. She is an Associate of the European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging. Viewing the numerous large in some cases nearly life-sized , high quality radiographs and many instructive line drawings, I am reminded of an actual teaching file. About this Item: Wiley-Blackwell, 2017. Extensively illustrated with over 480 superb annotated radiographs and more than 100 interpretive line diagrams, the book combines the best features of a high quality atlas with those of a detailed text book.
The single column text about 12 to 14 words per line continues to be immensely readable, owing to its ample spacing, highly legible typeface, and generous margins. Clinical Radiology of the Horse is the best-selling, practical guide to all areas of equine radiography and radiology written by an experienced group of clinicians with a broad range of backgrounds. About this Item: Wiley-Blackwell, 2000. From United Kingdom to U. The E-mail message field is required. With almost 600 superb annotated radiographs and more than 120 line diagrams, the book combines the best features of a high quality atlas and those of a detailed reference book. About this Item: Blackwell Science, Malden, 2004 Second Edition.
The password is the first word of Figure 2. May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting. Very good in very good dust jacket. He moved to the Royal Veterinary College of Stockholm, Sweden and was awarded a Veterinary Medicine Doctorate PhD for his thesis on osteochondrosis in 1977. His time is spent mostly at the clinic seeing first opinion and referral cases.
When we wrote the first edition of Clinical Radiology of the Horse, it was with the intention of providing a comprehensive book dedicated to equine radiography and radiology which would be of practical help to the practitioner, as well as providing specialist information. With almost 600 superb annotated radiographs and more than 120 line diagrams, the book combines the best features of a high quality atlas and those of a detailed reference book. Sue then joined the Centre for Equine Studies of the Animal Health Trust, Newmarket, where she has specialized in lameness diagnosis and diagnostic imaging. After three years in mixed practice where he obtained a Part I Diploma in Radiology he joined the Animal Health Trust as a clinician in 1975. The 2nd edition is about 10% larger than the 1st, due mainly to additional radiographs and line drawings. Remarks on clinical prognosis and treatment are also included. Please note this is a damaged book.
Jan Butler Jan has specialized in equine radiography and has 30 years experience in this field. In 2001 she moved to the University of Davis, California to specialise in diagnostic imaging. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. In 1972 he returned to Davis to specialize in radiology where he was awarded Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Radiology. Original publisher's blue cloth, lettered gilt at the spine. Use the new password instead.