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Veterinary Medicine Librarian

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Jeanine Williamson
Contact:
Pendergrass Library

2407 River Drive

Knoxville, TN 37996

(865) 974-9164

jwilliamson@utk.edu

Textbooks--General Physiology an edition of one of the following published within the previous 15 years

Veterinary ECC– an edition of each of the following published within the previous 10 years

Fluid Therapy/Acid-Base/Electrolyte-an edition of the following published within the previous 10 years

General Veterinary Internal Medicine-an edition of one of the following published within the previous 10 years

Veterinary Surgery- an edition of one of the following published within the previous 15 years

Veterinary Anesthesia--an edition of one of the following published within the previous 15 years

Veterinary Ophthalmology

Veterinary Pharmacology – an edition of one of the following published within the last 10 years

Veterinary Toxicology-an edition of one of the following published within the last 15 years

Veterinary Clinical Pathology- an edition of one of the following published within the previous 15 years

Veterinary Pediatrics

Specific topic areas of Veterinary Medicine- published within the previous 15 years

Veterinary Neurology-an edition of one of the following published within the previous 15 years

Veterinary Oncology- an edition published within the previous 15 years

Veterinary Cardiology- an edition of one of the following published within the previous 15 years

Veterinary Avian Medicina and Surgery - an edition of one of the following published within the previous 15 years

Journals