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Canine lumbosacral diseases. Part I. Anatomy, pathophysiology, and clinical presentation

, : Canine lumbosacral diseases. Part I. Anatomy, pathophysiology, and clinical presentation. Compendium on Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian 13(1): 61-64, 65-69, 79

The normal lumbosacral anatomy and biomechanics are described and diseases are discussed in relation to pathophysiology including degenerative lumbosacral stenosis, idiopathic lumbosacral stenosis, congenital malformations, discospondylitis, trauma and neoplasia, clinical presentation, physical examination and clinical findings.

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