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Cats are not referred to specialists as frequently as dogs, meaning the general practitioner must routinely treat cats that have been involved in road traffic accidents and other musculoskeletal trauma. Feline Orthopaedics, 2nd Edition is the first of its kind to provide a practical and user-friendly guide to feline orthopaedics. With a new author team, led by RCVS Specialist in Small Animal Surgery (Orthopaedics) and Veterinary Neurology Harry Scott, this second edition has been thoroughly revised and updated. New chapters cover Physiotherapy and Oncology of the Feline Skeletal System. 395 p.

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  • Harry W. Scott. BVSc, CertSAD, DSAS (Orth.), DECVN, DEC-VSMR, FRCVS, CCRP, Fellow of the RCVS, European Diploma in Veterinary Neurology, European Diploma in Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation. Currently orthopaedic surgeon and neurosurgeon in Rngland and Australia. 
  • Juan M. Marti. LV CertSAO, MVM, DACVS, DECVS, MRCVS. Southern Counties Veterinary Specialists, Referral Hospital in Hampshire (UK).
  • Philip G. Witte. BSc, BVSc, CertAVP (GSAS), DSAS (Orth.), MRCVS, Internship and Residency graduate in Small Animal Orthopaedic Surgery, RCVS Certificate in General Small Animal Surgery, RCVS Diploma in Small Animal Surgery (Orth.). Currently Head surgeon in a busy orthopaedic referral poractice in Cornwall (UK).

     
  • Publication date (print and digital versions): 2022-05.

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