Key Features

  • Each chapter contains several tables for easy access to data.
  • Listing of Referral Laboratories provides a list of labs that can be contacted for certain diseases.
  • Reference Values provide an instant source to identify coagulation, hematology , etc., reference values.
  • Laboratory Findings of Selected Diseases give the reader a brief overview of diagnostic features.
  • A full-color, 8-page insert of illustrations aids in morphologic diagnosis.
  • Expert editors and contributors provide the most accurate, authoritative information.
  • Chapter outlines provide the reader with an overview of each chapter.
  • Limited chapter references make the book easier to use in the laboratory.

Table of Contents

1. General Laboratory Concepts
2. The Complete Blood Count and Bone Marrow Examination: General Comments and Selected Techniques
3. Erythrocyte
4. Leukocyte Disorders
5. Hemostatic Abnormalities: Introduction to Serum Chemistries: Artifacts in Biochemical Determinations and Point of Care Instruments
6. Electrolyte and Acid-Based Disorders
7. Urinary Disorders
8. Endocrine, Metabolic, and Lipid Disorders
9. Gastrointestinal, Pancreatic, and Hepatic Disorders
10. Fluid Accumulation Disorders
11. Respiratory Disorders
12. Immunologic and Plasma Protein Disorders
13. Reproductive Disorders
14. Neurologic Disorders
15. Microbiology and Infectious Disease
16. Cytology of Neoplastic and Inflammatory Masses
17. Laboratory Diagnostic Toxicology
18. Therapeutic Drug Monitoring

I. Listing of Referral Laboratories
II. Reference Values
III. Laboratory Findings of Selected Diseases



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About the authors

Michael Willard

Affiliations and Expertise

Diplomate ACVIM, Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine; Staff Internist/Gastroenterologist, Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

Harold Tvedten

Affiliations and Expertise