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Veterinary update-small animals

, : Veterinary update-small animals. Irish Veterinary News 1(7 (Suppl.)): 32

A collection of articles on reproductive problems in the bitch, some uncommon dermatoses, antimicrobial chemotherapy, anti-epileptic drugs, differential diagnosis, some aspects of feline medicine and congestive heart disease.

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