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  • Atlas of Clinical Avian Hematology

Atlas of Clinical Avian Hematology

  • 45.00€

Tags: Birds, Normal hematology, Abnormal hematology, Blood parasites, Blood sampling, Comparative hematology.

Atlas of Clinical Avian Hematology provides fundamental information and a practical guide to the hematological characteristics of birds. The book initially describes how to collect and handle blood samples from birds to best preserve the quality of the blood. This rich resource aids interpretation of hematological data, covering both healthy and diseased birds. The Atlas is illustrated throughout with colour photographs, and covers over 100 species of birds. Basic and comparative aspects of avian hematology in healthy birds are described, including the variation in hematological characteristics between different Orders. 200 p.


Authors expertises affiliations

  • Phillip Clark. Veterinary clinical pathologist with special interest in comparative hematology. Formerly Director of Clinical Pathology Services of the Division of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences at Murdoch University (Australia).
  • Wayne Boardman. Head of Veterinary Conservation Programs at Zoos South Australia, and formerly Head of Veterinary Services at the Zoological Society of London (UK). He is a veterinarian with a large amount of experience with zoo and wild animals, including many species of birds.
  • Shane Raidal. Head of Veterinary Pathobiology at Charles Sturt University (Australia); Associate Professor specialized in avian health.
  • Publication date (digital version): 2009-08.

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