This book was written for veterinary undergraduates and those practitioners who are still students. The layman was not considered as to do so would make the text less satisfactory for its intended readers. The author has stressed diagnosis and physiology throughout the text because he feels these phases of the problem are of greatest concern for veterinarians. An accurate diagnosis often requires an extensive knowledge of the field and of all the possible conditions that may be responsible for certain symptoms. As Bertillon the famous French detective said One can only see what one observes and one observes only things which are already in the mind.
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