Anatomy, Physiology and Non-dental Disorders of the Mouth of Pet Rabbits.

@article{Donnelly2016AnatomyPA,
  title={Anatomy, Physiology and Non-dental Disorders of the Mouth of Pet Rabbits.},
  author={Thomas M Donnelly and David C. Vella},
  journal={The veterinary clinics of North America. Exotic animal practice},
  year={2016},
  volume={19 3},
  pages={
          737-56
        }
}
The first part of this review focuses on the anatomy and physiology of the rabbit mouth. Practical understanding is critical to comprehend the dynamic pathologic changes of dental disease, which is one of the most common presenting problems in rabbits. The major theories of the etiopathogenesis of dental disease are presented. The second part focuses on non-dental oral disorders, which encompass only a small incidence of stomatognathic diseases when compared with dental disease. These diseases… CONTINUE READING
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