'Veterinary surgery' means the art and science of veterinary surgery and medicine, and is taken to include:
(1) the diagnosis of diseases in and injuries to animals1, including tests performed on animals for diagnostic purposes;
(2) the giving of advice based upon such diagnosis;
(3) medical or surgical treatment of animals; and
(4) the performance of surgical operations on animals2.
The profession of veterinary surgery is regulated by the charters3 from time to time granted to the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and by the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966. Some of the provisions regulating the registration4 and practice5 of, and
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