A colour atlas of meat inspection by J.Infante Gil

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Published by Wolfe in [U.K.] .

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Translated from Portuguese.

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StatementJ. Infante Gil [and] J. Costa Duräo.
ContributionsDuräo, J. Costa.
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Open LibraryOL22267794M
ISBN 100723420351
OCLC/WorldCa397928198

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A colour guide to all aspects of meat inspection, covering cows, sheep, pigs and horses, and aimed at meat inspectors, veterinary surgeons, environmental health officers and those involved in the meat processing industry.

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Drago Herenda. The atlas is presented in 15 chapters and contains colour illustrations of cattle diseases and conditions.

Eleven chapters are described according to the body system and the other four include parasitic diseases, diseases specific to cattle, neoplasms, and meat hazards.3/5(1). Although this book has been out of print for about 10 years, it is still, in my opinion, one of the best texts about the subject ever produced.

The authors took hundreds of photographs of pathological lesions and conditions in the main red meat species, including horses, which are not generally classed as meat animals in this country (UK)/5.

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The photos have captions. A Colour Atlas of Meat Inspection. By J. Infante Gil & J. Costa Durao. Wolfe Publishing Ltd, London, ISBN pp. Price: £ Dr Gil is the Principal Veterinarian of Meat Inspection of the Lisbon City Council, Portugal, and Dr Durao is the Head Professor of Morbid Anatomy in Lisbon Veterinary School.

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