1921
Volume 15, Issue 5
  • ISSN: 0002-9637
  • E-ISSN: 1476-1645
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Abstract

Soulsby set for himself a most ambitious objective: the preparation of an up-to-date account of the clinical and pathological aspects of the helminth infections of domestic animals—one that stresses the developmental cycles, the epidemiology of infection, the pathogenesis and pathology of the disease, the immune response, treatment and control, and the fundamental biological aspects on which these are based. That he has achieved his goal to such a striking degree is evidence of his breadth of knowledge and depth of understanding of the subject and, in addition, of his skill as a writer.

There has long been a great need for a book presenting this subject in a way that has relevance for the veterinarian and others concerned intimately and extensively with the disease process of parasitic infections of animals. It is the presentation of the subject on a host species basis and the emphasis of the disease process which make the book so meaningful for those in such an audience.

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