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How to achieve a reliable diagnosis even in complex clinical cases! Internal medicine cases can be complex and challenging. To manage such challenges, it is helpful to know the possible pathophysiological causes of a particular clinical problem, to be able to evaluate this problem in an individual case and to exclude anything not relevant for the patient using diagnostic pathways. Rule Outs in Small Animal Medicine: Problem-oriented Assessment of Problems in Physical Examination and Clinical Pathology, 2nd Revised Edition, describes this process of exclusion (ruling out) for all aspects of internal medicine in dogs and cats, and ultimately leads to confirmation of a specific diagnosis. 207 p.

Series: Vet Scriptum (Schlütersche)

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  • Katrin Hartmann, Editor. Head of Clinic. Clinic of Small Animal Medicine, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Ludwig-Maximilian University, Munich (Germany)..
  • Gregor Berg, Editor. Clinic of Small Animal Medicine, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Ludwig-Maximilian University, Munich (Germany).
  • Stefanie Berg, Editor. Clinic of Small Animal Medicine, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Ludwig-Maximilian University, Munich (Germany).

  • Publication date (digital version): 2019-11 - Schlütersche.

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