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Constitutional Disorders of the Skeleton in Dogs and Cats

@inproceedings{Newton2002ConstitutionalDO,
  title={Constitutional Disorders of the Skeleton in Dogs and Cats},
  author={C. Newton and D. Nunamaker},
  year={2002}
}
This chapter will consider genetically determined disorders of the osseous skeleton. To attempt to make some sense of the disorders that have already been reported and to provide a framework for classification of those disorders that will be reported in the future, I will use a system of classification consistent with that adopted for human disorders at a meeting of the European Society for Pediatric Radiology in November 1969. This meeting resulted in the Paris Nomenclature for Constitutional… Expand

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