Clinical Anatomy and Physiology of Exotic Species:
Structure and function of mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians

By Bairbre O’Malley

Clinical Anatomy and Physiology of Exotic Species PDF deals solely with the comparative anatomy and physiology of exotic species — small mammals, reptiles, and birds. For these commonly encountered species, it highlights clinical considerations for veterinary treatment. The book is heavily illustrated with clear line diagrams, radiographs, and color illustrations, explaining clearly the functioning of exotic species.

  • The first textbook to provide comprehensive coverage of the comparative anatomy and physiology of exotic species.
  • Written specifically to give the veterinary practitioner a better understanding of the functioning of exotic species.
  • Profusely illustrated with clear line diagrams, radiographs, and color plates.
Table of Contents

SECTION ONE: Amphibians
Amphibian anatomy and physiology

SECTION TWO: Reptiles

General anatomy and physiology of reptiles

Tortoises and turtles

Lizards

Snakes

SECTION THREE: Birds

Avian anatomy and physiology

SECTION FOUR: Small mammals

Introduction to small mammals

Rabbits

Guinea pigs

Rats

Hamsters

Ferrets

Index

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