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INCIDENCE OF OSTEOCHONDROSIS IN DOGS AND ITS LATE DIAGNOSIS

@inproceedings{Dvo2002INCIDENCEOO,
  title={INCIDENCE OF OSTEOCHONDROSIS IN DOGS AND ITS LATE DIAGNOSIS},
  author={M. Dvo},
  year={2002}
}
Neãas A. , M. Dvofiák, J . Zat loukal : Incidence of Osteochondrosis in Dogs and Its Late Diagnosis. Acta Vet. Brno 1999, 68: 131–139. An incidence of osteochondrosis in dogs from the total number of 38 126 patients treated in the Clinic of Surgery and Orthopedics at University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences in Brno from 1989 till the end of October 1998 is reviewed. A total of 112 dogs (i.e., 0.3% of the patients) were diagnosed and treated surgically for osteochondrosis. The… 

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