Adams' Lameness in Horses

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Ted S. Stashak
Wiley, Jul 2, 2002 - Medical - 1174 pages
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This classic revision of Adams' Lameness in Horses represents a detailed, comprehensive review of the development, cause, diagnosis, and treatment of lameness in horses. The book includes descriptions of the anatomy, physical features, and radiographic examination procedures, as well as nutrition, and the development of diseases.

Lippincott Williams and Wilkins will be reprinting Adams' Lameness in Horses, Fifth Edition ISBN: 0-683-07981-6

The current edition represents a detailed, comprehensive review of the development, cause, diagnosis, and treatment of lameness in horses. The content in the 5th Edition is excellent, but some images throughout the text do not meet the high-quality standards LWW seeks to maintain. Over the next few months LWW will be reprinting the 5th edition with images that meet our quality standards and better represent our level of excellence. Faculty members, students and practitioners should continue to use the current edition of the text, but if you find the images to be unsatisfactory and wish to return your text for the reprint, LWW will accept returns of the existing edition in exchange for the reprinted edition (ISBN: 0-7817-4195-5) with the better quality images (available June 1, 2002). Please do not send your copy to LWW until the reprint is available. When the new reprint is ready, please send the original text to this address:

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Ted S. Stashak, DVM, MS

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