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An Illustrated Guide to Veterinary Medical Terminology [With CDROM]
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Chapter 1: Ready, Set, Go. Chapter 2: Where, Why, What. Chapter 3: Meat and Bones. Chapter 4: Head and Toe (And All Parts in Between). Chapter 5: What is in a Name? Chapter 6: Gut Instincts. Chapter 7: Null and Void. Chapter 8: Have a Heart. Chapter 9: A Breath of Fresh Air. Chapter 10: Skin Deep. Chapter 11: The Great Communicator. Chapter 12: 1 + 1 = 3 (or More). Chapter 13: Nerves of Steel. Chapter 14: Seeing and Hearing. Chapter 15: Feed and Protect Me. Chapter 16: Testing, Testing. Chapter 17: Drugs, Disease, and Dissection. Chapter 18: Dogs and Cats. Chapter 19: Horses, Etc. Chapter 20: Make Room for Ruminants. Chapter 21: Hog Haven. Chapter 22: Birds of a Feather. Chapter 23: All the Rest Appendices. Index.

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Dr. Janet Romich received her Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and Master of Science degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She worked as a pharmacy technician in both human and veterinary settings while attending veterinary school. Her master's thesis was based on FDA research for a veterinary pharmaceutical company. Dr. Romich has taught a variety of veterinary technician and science courses at Madison Area Technical College in Madison, Wisconsin. Dr. Romich was honored with the Distinguished Teacher Award for her use of technology in the classroom, advisory and professional activities, publication list, and fundraising efforts. She also received the Wisconsin Veterinary Technician Association's Veterinarian of the Year Award for her work in teaching and mentoring veterinary technician students. Dr. Romich has authored the textbooks An Illustrated Guide to Veterinary Medical Terminology, with MindTap (R) and Understanding Zoonotic Diseases, as well as co-authored Delmar's Veterinary Technician Dictionary. Dr. Romich remains active in veterinary medicine through her relief practice and in research as an Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee member for a hospital research facility.

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1: Ready,Set, Go. 2: Where, Why, What. 3: Meat and Bones. 4: Head and Toe (And All Parts in between). 5: What is in a Name? 6: Gut Instincts. 7: Null and Void. 9: Have a Heart. 10: A Breath of Fresh Air. 11: Skin Deep. 12: The Great Communicator. 13: 1 + 1 = 3 (or more). 14: Nerves of Steel. 15: Seeing and Hearing. 16: Feed and Protect Me. 17: Testing, Testing. 18: Dogs and Cats. 19: Horses, etc. 20: Make Room for Ruminants. 21: Hog Haven. 22: Birds of a Feather. 23: All the Rest Appendices.

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