The purpose of this ebook is to inspire veterinarians, at no matter what level in their occupation or education, to take a deeper, extra perceptive curiosity in renal sickness. It seeks to supply an creation to the facets of maximum primary and medical curiosity and to provide entry to extra specific studies within the literature. It additionally goals to attract the eye of human nephrologists to the experimental' animals which reside in approximately each family and the wealth of insights which they provide during the similarities and ameliorations in their encounters with renal ailment.
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