By Donald Piermattei, Kenneth A. Johnson
This atlas offers transparent and concise descriptions of surgical methods to each joint and bone you are going to come upon in veterinary medication. The illustrations are really targeted and establish pertinent muscle and fascial layers, in addition to significant nerves and vessels encountered in the course of the numerous techniques. worthwhile for junior surgical procedure, orthopedic clinicals and personal perform. Piermatti & Flo rule!!
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