"Equine Pathology" is a comprehensive treatise on disease in horses and other equids. It describes not only the pathogenesis and morphology of equine diseases for the practicing pathologist, but also offers perspectives for the practitioner and student alike. Included is material on the clinical presentation of disease and a balanced view of how lesions evolve in horses. The book is organised by major body systems and also includes chapters on equine locomotion, stability and lameness, autopsy methods, and forensic matters. Each chapter discusses diseases by pathologic process. Over 200 illustrations and photographs enhance the text. Students and practitioners of equine pathology should appreciate the volume of information on horses and related equids gathered under a single title and presented in a standardised format.