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With the advent of automated haematology and serum biochemistry analysers, most clinics now do their own laboratory work in house. Clinical pathology, and specifically haematology, are achieving prominence in general practice. Most practitioners now want to 'get extra miles out of their analysers', in addition to evaluating the patient, blood and bone marrow smears, and additional diagnostics. This second edition will provide a ready source of practical information for veterinary surgeons in general practice and will also be useful for undergraduate veterinary students, veterinary nurses and veterinary graduates embarking on further qualifications in small animal medicine.