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|Dear IVIS Member,
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Aug. 29-Sep. 25, 2016 - Avian Timeonline – With Dr Alex Rosenwax. Many veterinarians are called upon to treat and diagnose both wild and pet birds. Become more confident in providing advice to your clients on ... More info. View the on-line courses catalogue.
Transmissible venereal tumor in the cranial vagina of a 3 year old, crossbreed bitch. Abdominal radiography showing a mass. From: Canine Transmissible Venereal Tumor: Etiology, Pathology, Diagnosis and Treatment by Mello Martins M.I., Ferreira de Souza F. and Gobello C. In: Concannon P.W., England G., Verstegen III J., et al. (Eds.), Recent Advances in Small Animal Reproduction.
Bovine Health and Husbandry: Every week, IVIS brings together reviews, in-depth and how-to papers available in the IVIS Books and Proceedings Library.
Ruminants. In: Veterinary Journal (London). 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.
Tendinitis and Bursitis by S.T. Kudnig
Tendon Injury and Repair by S.T. Kudnig
Fixed Time Artificial Insemination in Buffaloes by V.L. Barile
International Symposium on Canine and Feline Reproduction - ISCFR, 2016 - Paris, France. View Table of Contents.
European College of Veterinary Surgeons Annual Scientific Meeting - ECVS 2016 - Lisbon, Portugal. View Table of Contents.
The current IVIS TOP 40 includes this article: A Review of Upper Airway Anatomy and Physiology of the Horse by S.J. Holcombe. In: AAEP (Ed.). AAEP Annual Resort Symposium, 2006.
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Wesselsbron. Today’s Center for Food Safety and Public Health's Factsheet covers the etiology, symptoms, treatment, and prevention of Wesselsbron. Visit our Factsheet Index to access related images or other Factsheets. For "Fast Facts", clients handouts, more, visit the CFSPH.
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