Hill’s Atlas of Veterinary Clinical Anatomy by Hill’s Pet Nutrition Inc. At one time or another, all of us in clinical practice have explained to clients such things as the pathology of a failing heart or a prolapsed intervertebral disk. Oftentimes, we’ve used radiographs or hand drawings to communicate important points. Irrespective of our artistic skills, such drawings and explanations transfer information to clients not only about specific diagnoses but also about the rationale behind therapeutic plans.
Hill’s Atlas of Veterinary Clinical Anatomy PDF
Hill’s Pet Nutrition thinks client communication is vital to the success of veterinary practice. In accord with that philosophy, Hill’s is proud to present the Hill’s Atlas of Veterinary Clinical Anatomy™ – an in-exam room atlas to heighten client communications.
Each illustration in the Atlas has been drawn by professional medical illustrators. Generally, the left-hand page depicts normal anatomy, and the right-hand page a pathologic presentation. A brief outline of diagnostic, therapeutic, and dietary plans is included on the right-hand page. This arrangement will allow you to show clients normal anatomy and the pathology affecting their pets while you describe how your therapeutic plan will, if possible, return their pets to health and normal anatomy.
The Atlas contains eight sections. Refer to the contents pages for the page numbers and color assigned to each section. These blocks of color are placed around the page numbers at the top of each page. Each section has been assigned a different color for ease of use.
|Book Name:||Hill’s Atlas of Veterinary Clinical Anatomy PDF by Hill’s Pet Nutrition Inc|
|File Measurement||9.3 MB|