A Handbook of Veterinary Parasitology was first published in 1978. Practitioners, teachers, and students of veterinary medicine and animal technicians will find this handbook extremely useful in their work. It provides a quick and easy reference for the identification and control of parasites and parasitic disease in the domestic animals of North America. The information given about each parasite includes habitat, distribution, life cycle, transmission, signs and pathogenicity, and control. Some of the commonly used laboratory techniques and diagnostic procedures are outlined, a host-parasite listing is provided, and there is additional information in the appendix about some of the parasiticides and chemotherapeutic agents which are mentioned in the text.
Subjects: Health Sciences
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