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Biochemical classification of some disease entities in Thoroughbreds

Biochemical classification of some disease entities in Thoroughbreds

Revista de Medicina Veterinaria Buenos Aires 72(5): 212-216, 218-221

Over a 10-year period (1977-86) different biochemical values and cell counts were determined in whole blood, blood serum and urine of 845 Thoroughbreds; blood and faecal parasites were also determined; 483 animals had different blood, liver and muscular diseases and parasitic infections.

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