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It's not a book that I really use to study from. I might use it as a quick reference, but our class notes provide better exam information. This is a very basic directional book that you'll likely deviate from to find the structures you're looking for.
If you can buy one book, get Dice. If you can get two, go ahead and pick this up. If you only care about dogs then get this.
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Diagrams and images are very helpful. Some of the wording is a little confusing, but definitely a lifesaver for my anatomy classPublished 2 months ago by C. Dickerson
This was a required text for school. I like that it has live animal palpation. It is pretty clear, but does have some typos that make things slightly confusing when trying to learn... Read morePublished 7 months ago by K Jones
was a great help for my first few years at Vet school..
and im sure ill be going back to it in the future too :)
this book is amazing and the seller was prompt with answering my questions.
i had no issues at all.
Book was in great condition. I just didn't care for the how the author put the book together. It can be hard to use in dissection.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer