Learning Veterinary Terminology, 2nd Edition

Author :
By Douglas F. McBride, DVM
This new edition uniquely integrates text discussions with learning activities, including fill-in-the-blank, puzzle, and matching exercises. Newly updated to reflect the latest terminology, this best-selling text now features numerous new and revise ...view more
This new edition uniquely integrates text discussions with learning activities, including fill-in-the-blank, puzzle, and matching exercises. Newly updated to reflect the latest terminology, this best-selling text now features numerous new and revised pedagogical features that make it an excellent resource both in the classroom and for self-study. Brand-new additions include several new appendices, new anatomical drawings, and a more extensive index. Many sections have been completely rewritten for consistency and greater reader comprehension, and review sections now include more thought-provoking questions and multiple-choice tests.
ISBN :
9780323013291
Publication Date :
26-07-2001
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This new edition uniquely integrates text discussions with learning activities, including fill-in-the-blank, puzzle, and matching exercises. Newly updated to reflect the latest terminology, this best-selling text now features numerous new and revised pedagogical features that make it an excellent resource both in the classroom and for self-study. Brand-new additions include several new appendices, new anatomical drawings, and a more extensive index. Many sections have been completely rewritten for consistency and greater reader comprehension, and review sections now include more thought-provoking questions and multiple-choice tests.

New to this edition
  • Several new appendices devoted to terminology specific to various veterinary specialties: pathology, pharmacology, surgery, and more
  • Greater attention paid to writing style throughout, resulting in a more consistent, easier-to-read text
  • Complete rewrite of review sections to include critical thinking questions, as well as more multiple-choice questions
  • Numerous new anatomical drawings place many terms in their proper visual perspective
  • A more extensive index ensures that it can be used with confidence as a comprehensive reference on the job
  • New exotics chapter

  • Key Features
  • Logical organization and an extensive illustration program make it an excellent resource both in the classroom and in clinical practice.
  • Integrated review sections, featuring fill-in-the-blank and matching exercises.
  • Glossaries at the end of each chapter.
  • Useful appendices featuring common abbreviations, veterinary specialties, and much more.

  • Author Information
    By Douglas F. McBride, DVM, Former Director, Veterinary Technology Program, LaGuardia Community College, Long Island City, New York, NY