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Canine intracranial astrocytomas and comparison with the human counterpart

Compendium on Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian 12(10): 1422...1433

Canine intracranial astrocytomas and comparison with the human counterpart

Clinical signs, localization using computed tomography, and therapy of astrocytoma are reviewed.

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