Veterinary Acupuncture: A Bibliography from the Veterinary Library, University of Montreal

Phil Rogers MVB MRCVS
1, Esker Lawns, Lucan, Dublin, Ireland
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The Veterinary Library of the University of Montreal has an extensive database of the titles of papers from >100 veterinary journals, conferences and proceedings. The database is updated daily. The Library also has a powerful search engine that allows one to retrieve titles of papers on veterinary topics from the database. Colleagues are urged to Bookmark that URL for future reference (http:\\

A search of that Engine for the keyword "ACUPU" gave >100 hits relevant to veterinary acupuncture. Within the screen-outputs of that engine, hitting the "[Fichier] Button" produces the References within each of those papers. (Those references were not retrieved for this bibliography, but they would probably cite many other papers not covered in the main hits).

The hits were edited and sorted. The original output of the Montreal database did not list the authors of the chapters in the 1994 textbook "Veterinary Acupuncture: Ancient Art to Modern Medicine" (American Veterinary Publications, Goleta. Ed: AM Schoen), but this omission is corrected below.

The titles are arranged, in alphabetic order by author, as follows: Veterinary Acupuncture: 1. General information; 2. Avian; 3. Bovine; 4. Equine; 5. Porcine; 6. Small animal (canine and feline)


1. Veterinary Acupuncture: General information

2. Veterinary Acupuncture: Avian

3. Veterinary Acupuncture: Bovine

4. Veterinary Acupuncture: Equine

5. Veterinary Acupuncture: Porcine

6. Veterinary Acupuncture: Canine and feline