This quick reference provides the information needed to understand common and less common clinical hematology syndromes. Key concepts in hematology are broken down and simplified to create a solid, basic understanding of the fundamentals of hematology and associated clinical relevance. Each chapter addresses a particular topic in hematology and explains in an easily understood format the physiology and mechanism of common hematological conditions and relevant clinical and laboratory findings. All species are covered but, where appropriate, the hematological aspects of diseases of specific species or breeds are discussed. Important hematologic similarities and differences among small and large animal species as well as humans are emphasized. Easy to follow illustrations and over 100 multiple choice questions facilitate understanding. It is an ideal resource for veterinary students, veterinary technicians and residents and interns preparing for the board exams or as for research scientist who are considering animal models for research. Published by Teton New Media in the USA and distributed by CRC Press outside of North America.