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Diagnostic radiology of snakes and lizards. 1. Radiographic technique and radiographs of healthy snakes and lizards



Diagnostic radiology of snakes and lizards. 1. Radiographic technique and radiographs of healthy snakes and lizards



Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja 125(1): 49-53



The basic technical conditions of radiologic examinations of snakes and lizards are discussed.

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