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Neuroanatomic lesion localization (detecting where a neurologic problem is) is key when presented with a dog or cat with signs of neurologic disease. The correct neuroanatomic lesion localization will drive veterinarians towards an appropriate list of differential diagnoses and help lead the client towards applicable diagnostic investigation. Written by a team of eminent, international veterinary neurologists, Small Animal Neuroanatomic Lesion Localization Practice Book is an invaluable resource for veterinary students and practitioners looking to expand their skills in veterinary neurology.212 p.


Authors expertises affiliations

  • Heidi Barnes Heller, Editor. Veterinary neurologist and neurosurgeon, Clinical Associate Professor in Academia. Barnes Veterinary Specialty Services, Madison, WI (USA).

  • Publication date (digital version): 2022-11.

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