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Canine spontaneous pneumothorax

, : Canine spontaneous pneumothorax. Praktische Tierarzt 72(8): 656-659

Case reports of 6 dogs with spontaneous pneumothorax including therapy (thorax drainage, thoracotomy and pleurodesis) are described.

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