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image of the weekPhysaloptera praeputialis egg showing the contained fully developed first-stage larva that is present in a fresh fecal specimen. From: Gastro-intestinal Parasites of Cats by Bowman D.D., Barr S.C., Hendrix C.M. et al. In: Bowman D.D. (Ed.), Companion and Exotic Animal Parasitology.

Suggested ReadingTurtle Medicine: Every week, IVIS brings together reviews, in-depth and how-to papers available in the IVIS Books and Proceedings Library.

Porcine. In: Journal of South Africa Veterinary Association. PubMed is a service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine. To check an alternative animal group or journal for recent publications, use our Quick-Links to PubMed Abstracts.

How to Obtain Useful Information from a Grossly Blood-Contaminated Synovial Fluid SampleJ.L. Carmalt

Latin American Veterinary Conference - LAVC - 2015 - Lima, Perú. View table of contents.
The LAVC Proceedings offer an incredible diversity of papers, in Spanish and in English, take a look!

Annual Resort Symposium - AAEP - 2015 - Big Island, HI, USA. View table of contents.
We invite you to read papers by Dr. McIlwraith (expert on Equine Orthopedic) and Dr. Metcalf (expert on Equine Reproduction)

The First Year of Life - AAEP - 2014 - Phoenix, AZ, USA. View table of contents.
Brush up on foal neonatology by reading the papers by Dr. Slovis (Hagyard Equine Medical Insitutute), Dr. Hart (University of Georgia, Athens, GA) and Dr. Cohen (Texas A&M University, College Station, TX).

Meet the AuthorG.A. DuPont, DVM Dipl AVDC, Seattle, WA, USA. Modern Restorative Materials for Veterinary Dentistry. by G.A. DuPont.

The current IVIS TOP 40 includes this article: Anesthetic Management of the Horse: Intravenous Anesthesia by K.R Mama. In: Steffey E.P. (Ed.). Recent Advances in Anesthetic Management of Large Domestic Animals.
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Species Identification from Skulls. J. Wyneken. In: Anatomy of Sea Turtles, J. Wyneken (Ed.).

Infections . J.E. Madigan. In: The Manual of Equine Neonatal Medicine, J.E. Madigan (Ed.).

Reproduction - Sexual Behaviour - Parturition and Associated Problems. M.Dioli. In: Pictorial Guide to Traditional Management, Husbandry and Diseases of the One-Humped Camel, M. Dioli (Ed.).

Ixodes ricinus. Today’s Center for Food Safety and Public Health's Factsheet covers the etiology, symptoms, treatment, and prevention of Ixodes ricinus. Visit our Factsheet Index to access related images or other Factsheets. For "Fast Facts", clients handouts, more, visit the CFSPH.

USPKetoprofen. From the USP Veterinary Pharmaceutical Information Monographs.

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