Recent advances in the diagnosis and management of equine gastrointestinal diseases henry stmpfli angelika schoster an illustrious group of colleagues has agreed to commit to writing articles for this issue of veterinary clinics of north america equine practicewe are very thankful for the excellent work presented here and honored to be the editors. Veterinary clinics of north america equine practice presents those in the veterinary medicine field with the most current treatment of horses updates on the latest advances and provides a sound basis for choosing treatment options published 3 times a year in april august and december each. Advances and the future in equine veterinary medicine the veterinary clinics of north america equine practice volume 17 number 2 dvm ms joseph j bertone on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers issn 0749 0739 august 2001 issue of the journal. Only recently has veterinary medicine come to better understand the dramatic differences in development anatomy physiology and pathology between the brachydont omnivore and carnivore dentition and that of hyposodont herbivores much is left to understand about horses teeth and even more about other domestic and wild species equine dentistry is a rich area for research over the next . Read the latest articles of veterinary clinics of north america equine practice at sciencedirectcom elseviers leading platform of peer reviewed scholarly literature
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