Clinical techniques of invertebrates.

@article{Braun2006ClinicalTO,
  title={Clinical techniques of invertebrates.},
  author={Matthew E Braun and J. Jill Heatley and John Chitty},
  journal={The veterinary clinics of North America. Exotic animal practice},
  year={2006},
  volume={9 2},
  pages={205-21, v}
}
This article highlights techniques and equipment needed to successfully restrain, diagnose, and treat gastropods (including snails and slugs) and arthropods (including spiders, scorpions, honey-bees, cockroaches, silkworms, phasmids, centipedes, and millipedes). A review of current clinical techniques for invertebrates kept as pets and those kept for agricultural use is provided. The specific techniques of restraint, assessment of hydration, fluid therapy, diagnostic sampling, imaging… CONTINUE READING

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