A study aid for students of Red Meat Inspection & other courses such as Environmental Health Officers, Veterinary degree students and Official Veterinarians
This book forms part of a series that has been designed to provide a study aid for students undertaking the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health Red Meat Inspection Certificate and other courses where knowledge of ovine meat inspection is required such as those for Environmental Health Officers, veterinary degree students, official veterinarians and anatomical pathology residents. It is hoped that it may also provide information in a ‘user friendly’ format for abattoir owners and producers as to the nature of rejections recorded by inspectors.
Wherever possible, photographs illustrating anatomical features and conditions have been included, the latter generally depicting severe examples of conditions. This is a conscious decision, arrived at after giving numerous lectures on meat inspection where I learnt that no two people would describe something the same way.
The section covering anatomy and physiology does not go into great detail; numerous other texts fulfil this function. The order that the bodily systems are introduced should not be construed as an order of importance.
The section covering diseases loosely follows the format of name, synonym, aetiology, pathogenesis, clinical lesions, gross lesions and judgement as to the fitness for human consumption. The diseases are listed in alphabetical order for ease of reference.
The Affections of Specific Parts and Conditions Encountered at Post-Mortem Inspection in Abattoirs is hoped to provide a tool for day-to-day inspection decisions in the abattoir environment, the former now updated to provide an guide to conditions encountered at ante mortem inspection.
Click on the titles below to view the other books available in the meat inspection series:
Andy Grist is the Teaching Fellow in Veterinary Public Health at Bristol Vet School, the University of Bristol at Langford. He worked for the UK Governments Meat Hygiene Service for 10 years as a Meat Hygiene Inspector in red meat, white meat and Wild Game abattoirs and was awarded the 2006 MHS Merit Trophy for services to meat inspection.
At Langford he lectures on Meat Animal Pathology, Welfare at Slaughter and Parasitology to veterinary undergraduates, environmental health students and post graduates undertaking the Official Veterinarian course.
Including 2nd Editions, he has authored six books on Meat Inspection that have been very well received. He has also been awarded the Students’ Award for Outstanding Teaching (2018) and was voted “best in Bristol’ in 2016.
SECTION ONE: Anatomy / Physiology
SECTION TWO: Diseases of Sheep
Diseases of Sheep
SECTION THREE: Parasites
Main Parasites of Sheep
Dog Tapeworm metacestodes
SECTION FOUR: Neoplasia
SECTION FIVE: Conditions encountered at ovine post mortem inspection
SECTION SIX: Aide memoire - anatomy
SECTION SEVEN: Aide memoire - disease and causative organisms
SECTION EIGHT: Ante and Post Mortem Affections of specific parts
SECTION NINE: Index
This book weighs: 740g
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