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This book guides veterinarians and lawyers through the diverse and complex fields of alleged cruelty to, and unlawful killing of, companion animals, farm livestock and wildlife. It draws together current knowledge on how to approach, investigate and report forensic cases.
This may not be a comfortable book to read, but every veterinary surgeon in practice should have a copy on their shelves, and it ought to be essential reading for new graduates. It deals specifically with non-accidental injury to animals. The text is attractively laid out and well illustrated with full colour pictures and line diagrams. The first pathology textbook dedicated to non-accidental injury in animals in the UK.Veterinary Record, February 2009
Table of Contents
IntroductionDefinition of forensic veterinary pathology – a developing specialty.The relationship between the forensic veterinary pathologist and the courts. Why do it?The forensic examination and reportThe locus: types of loci, value of attending at the locus, notes and photographs
By Ranald Munro, BVMS, MSc, DVM, Dip Forensic Medicine, DipECVP, MRCVS, Professor of Forensic Veterinary Pathology, Royal Veterinary College, London, UK; and Helen M. C. Munro, BVMS, MRCVS, Honorary Fellow, The University of Edinburgh Veterinary School, UK