1.Upper Alimentary System. 2.Gastroenterology 1. Colic. 3. Gastroenterology 2. Hepatic and intestinal disorders. 4. Abdominal cavity 5. Disorders of the ear, nose and throat 6. Lower respiratory tract 7. Cardiovascular system 8. Diseases of the equine urinary tract 9. Endocrinology 10. Haematopoietic and immune systems 11.Neurology 12.Ophthalmology 13. Dermatology 14. Reproduction 15. Orthopaedics 1. Diagnosis of lameness/diseases of joints and bones 16. Orthopaedics 2. Diseases of the foot and limbs 17. Orthopaedics 3. The limbs 18. Orthopaedics 4. The back and pelvis 19. Infectious diseases and parasitology 20. Diseases of the foal 21. Muscle disorders and performance problems 22. Metabolic diseases and toxicology 23. Principles of wound management 24. Sedation and anaesthesia 25. Diagnostic imaging 26.Common problems and techniques in equine critical care
"This new edition, as well as incorporating an extensive revision of the original text, incorporates new chapters on wound management, critical care, anaesthesia and diagnostic imaging...The book is well illustrated throughout and the reproduction of the colour images is outstanding...This is an ideal book for the veterinary students wanting to dip into equine medicine and surgery...The widespread? use of bullet points and? short punchy paragraphs, in conjunction with an excellent index and contents list, makes the text very easy to read and to navigate, and this second edition is certain to become just as popular as the already well-established first edition. Good value and to be recommended."
Veterinary Record, May 2013