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AGGRESSION
Tracing the roots of feline elimination disorders to aggression; April 98, pp 363-366.

ALPACAS
Performing percutaneous liver biopsy in alpacas and llamas; February 98, pp 190-195.

How to perform laparoscopic ovariectomy in llamas and alpacas; March 98, pp 295-298.

ANALGESIA
Using butorphanol tartrate to manage pain in cats; February 98, pp 146-155.

ANESTHESIA
Evaluating the compatibility of propofol and various preanesthetic agents in dogs; March 98, pp 255-262.

ARRHYTHMIA
Managing arrhythmias in dogs and cats with congestive heart failure; September 98, pp 823-829.

BARTONELLA HENSELAE
Managing Bartonella henselae infection in cats; August 98, pp 745-749.

BEHAVIOR
How understanding normal cat behavior can help prevent behavior problems; February 98; pp 160-171.

Preventing furniture scratching and inappropriate play in cats; February 98; pp 173-179.

Diagnosing feline elimination disorders; April 98, pp 350-362.

Tracing the roots of feline elimination disorders to aggression; April 98, pp 363-366.

Treating feline elimination disorders; April 98, pp 367-382.

Behavior problems in horses: Cribbing and wood chewing; November 98, pp 999-1004.

BEHAVIOR Q&A
Counteracting the effects of early social deprivation; February 98, p 125.

How to curb a cat's spraying (and restore some order to its owners' lives!); May 98, pp 437-438.

Managing an aggressive cat; December 98, pp 1051-1052.

BLEEDING DISORDERS
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What's your diagnosis? July 98, pp 628-633. (Correction; September 98, p 804.)

BOVINE SPECIES
Feeding potato and sweetpotato byproducts to beef cattle; January 98, pp 82-91.

Matching beef cattle genotype to environment: Part 1; February 98; pp 180-189.

Matching beef cattle genotype to environment: Part 2; March 98; pp 280-293.

Restoring normal blood phosphorus concentrations in hypophosphatemic cattle with sodium phosphate; April 98, pp 383-388.

Advances in large-animal reproduction: The expanding role of ultrasonography; May 98, pp 480-484.

Advances in large-animal reproduction: Updated techniques for artificial insemination and embryo transfer; May 98, pp 485-490.

Advances in large-animal reproduction: In vitro production of embryos; June 98, pp 575-582.

Legal and responsible drug use in the cattle industry: Extra-label use; July 98, pp 673-680.

Legal and responsible drug use in the cattle industry: The Animal Drug Availability Act; July 98, pp 681-684.

Current strategies for managing salmonella infections in cattle; August 98, pp 756-764.

Forgotten bovine viruses: A cause for concern? August 98, pp 765-768.

Using expected progeny difference to improve beef production: Part 1; September 98, pp 839-843.

Clinical response to Dictyocaulus infection in cattle with varying exposure history; September 98, pp 847-852.

Using expected progeny difference to improve beef production: Part 2; October 98, pp 927-933.

Smart management of culled cows: Adding value to a product; November 98, pp 1005-1013.

Monitoring dairy herd health and production: An introduction; December 98, pp 1081-1082.

Using records to evaluate milk production; December 98, pp 1083-1093.

BUTORPHANOL
Using butorphanol tartrate to manage pain in cats; February 98, pp 146-155.

CANINE DISTEMPER VIRUS
Treating distemper in a young ferret; July 98, pp 655-658.

CANINE SPECIES
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What's your diagnosis? January 98, pp 35-44.

Blood pressure monitoring; January 98, pp 48-59.

Pulse oximetry: A practical, efficient monitoring method; January 98, pp 60-66.

Using end-tidal carbon dioxide to monitor patients; January 98; pp 67-74.

Current and future canine and feline vaccination programs; March 98, pp 233-254.

Evaluating the compatibility of propofol and various preanesthetic agents in dogs; March 98, pp 255-262.

Case Management Workshop; March 98, pp 264-268.

Endoscopy case of the month: Cloth foreign body ingestion; March 98, pp 269-273.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What's your diagnosis? April 98; pp 334-344.

Endoscopy quiz; June 98, pp 527-536.

Giving pets effective long-term protection against flea infestation; June 98 Suppl., pp 16-18.

Update on tick-borne diseases; June 98 Suppl., pp 19-26.

The indications and uses for gastrointestinal function tests in dogs and cats; July 98, pp 635-645.

Hepatic ultrasonography: A valuable tool in small animals; July 98, pp 646-653.

Endoscopy case of the month: Acute gastrointestinal hemorrhage; August 98, pp 717-724.

Diagnosing congestive heart failure in dogs and cats; September 98, pp 811-817.

The emergency management of dogs and cats with congestive heart failure; September 98, pp 818-822.

Managing arrhythmias in dogs and cats with congestive heart failure; September 98, pp 823-829.

Endoscopy case of the month: Rectal bleeding in a dog; October 98, pp 892-897.

How to manage chronic congestive heart failure; October 98, pp 913-918.

The role of dietary modification and nondrug therapy in dogs and cats with congestive heart failure; October 98, pp 919-926.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What's your diagnosis? November 98, pp 971-978.

Endoscopy case of the month: Chronic vomiting in a dachshund; December 98, pp 1057-1061.

CAPRINE SPECIES
Recognizing and treating listeriosis in dairy goats; January 98, pp 92-98.

CASE MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP
Case Management Workshop; March 98, pp 264-268.

Case Management Workshop; November 98, pp 992-995.

CAT SCRATCH DISEASE
Managing Bartonella henselae infection in cats; August 98, pp 745-749.

CLIENT INFORMATION SHEETS
Caring for your pet rodent; November 98, pp 997-998.

CLINICAL EXPOSURES
Low-grade spindle-cell tumor; January 98, pp 27-28.

Cuterebral encephalopathy; February 98, p 130.

Cranial undifferentiated sarcoma mimicking a traumatic lesion; March 98, p 232.

Exsanguination caused by a metastatic tumor; March 98, p 232.

Gastric adenocarcinoma; April 98, p 327.

Meningioma; April 98, p 327.

Mycobacteriosis in a cat; May 98, pp 440-441.

Malignant fibrosis of the omentum; June 98, p 523.

Sibling-caused traumatic death; July 98, p 625.

Hepatocellular carcinoma in a dog; October 98, pp 880-884.

Pulmonary artery rupture in a ewe; November 98, p 963.

Exsanguination-associated diaphragmatic hemorrhage; December 98, p 1050.

CLINICAL Q&A
What to consider before you treat a diabetic cat; January 98, pp 31-34.

The initial steps in treating diabetic cats; March 98, pp 223-226. (Correction; May 98, p 420.)

Choosing the right insulin type and dosage for diabetic cats; April 98, pp 314-318.

Performing a blood glucose curve in a diabetic cat; May 98, pp 425-428.

Interpreting the glucose curve in a diabetic cat; June 98, pp 509-510.

Using oral hypoglycemic drugs to treat diabetic cats; July 98, pp 616-617.

Recognizing and treating hypoglycemia in diabetic cats; August 98, pp 707-711.

Should I use Prozac to treat psychogenic alopecia in a cat? September 98, p 795.

Treating pit viper bites; October 98, pp 885-890.

Dysregulation in diabetic cats: Part 1; November 98, pp 966-967.

COMPANION-ANIMAL RESEARCH UPDATE
Therapy for lymphedema; July 98, pp 659-660.

Alternative therapy for fecal impaction; July 98, 660-662.

Are circulating endogenous benzodiazepines a factor in hepatic encephalopathy in dogs? July 98, pp 662-664.

Are serum folate and cobalamin concentrations valid for evaluating small-intestinal disorders in dogs? October 98, pp 905-906.

A new technique for managing dogs with exocrine pancreatic insufficiency; October 98, pp 906-907.

Effect of hyperthyroidism on the pharmacokinetics of propranolol in cats; October 98, pp 907-908.

CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE
Diagnosing congestive heart failure in dogs and cats; September 98, pp 811-817.

The emergency management of dogs and cats with congestive heart failure; September 98, pp 818-822.

Managing arrhythmias in dogs and cats with congestive heart failure; September 98, pp 823-829.

How to manage chronic congestive heart failure; October 98, pp 913-918.

The role of dietary modification and nondrug therapy in dogs and cats with congestive heart failure; October 98, pp 919-926.

DENTISTRY
Current nomenclature for the equine dental arcade; August 98, pp 754-755.

DERMATOLOGY
Noninsecticidal shampoo therapy; October 98, pp 899-904.

Case Management Workshop; March 98, pp 264-268.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What's your diagnosis? November 98, pp 971-978.

DIABETES MELLITUS
Using oral hypoglycemic agents to treat diabetes mellitus in cats; August 98, pp 736-742.

DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES
Performing percutaneous liver biopsy in alpacas and llamas; February 98, pp 190-195.

The indications and uses for gastrointestinal function tests in dogs and cats; July 98, pp 635-645.

ELIMINATION DISORDERS
Diagnosing feline elimination disorders; April 98, pp 350-362.

Tracing the roots of feline elimination disorders to aggression; April 98, pp 363-366.

Treating feline elimination disorders; April 98, pp 367-382.

ENDOSCOPY
Endoscopy case of the month: Fever and depression in a foal; January 98, pp 76-81.

Endoscopy case of the month: Cloth foreign body ingestion; March 98, pp 269-273.

Endoscopy quiz; June 98, pp 527-536.

Endoscopy case of the month: Acute gastrointestinal hemorrhage; August 98, pp 717-724.

Endoscopy case of the month: Rectal bleeding in a dog; October 98, pp 892-897.

Endoscopy case of the month: Chronic vomiting in a dachshund; December 98, pp 1057-1061.

EQUINE SPECIES
Endoscopy case of the month: Fever and depression in a foal; January 98, pp 76-81.

Breeding with cooled transported equine semen: The advantages and success rate; March 98, pp 275-279.

Breeding with cooled, transported equine semen: Testing and preparing semen for travel; May 98, pp 474-479.

Advances in large-animal reproduction: The expanding role of ultrasonography; May 98, pp 480-484.

Advances in large-animal reproduction: Updated techniques for artificial insemination and embryo transfer; May 98, pp 485-490.

Breeding with cooled, transported equine semen: Proper mare management; July 98, pp 665-671.

Current nomenclature for the equine dental arcade; August 98, pp 754-755.

Breeding with cooled, transported equine semen: The insemination process; September 98, pp 831-837.

Behavior problems in horses: Cribbing and wood chewing; November 98, pp 999-1004.

EXOTIC SPECIES
Treating distemper in a young ferret; July 98, pp 655-658.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What's your diagnosis? September 98, pp 797-804.

Recognizing common signs of illness in pet rodents; November 98, pp 981-987.

Drug therapy in pet rodents; November 98, pp 988-991.

Case Management Workshop; November 98, pp 992-995.

FELINE SPECIES
Blood pressure monitoring; January 98, pp 48-59.

Pulse oximetry: A practical, efficient monitoring method; January 98, pp 60-66.

Using end-tidal carbon dioxide to monitor patients; January 98; pp 67-74.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What's your diagnosis? February 98, pp 137-142.

Using butorphanol tartrate to manage pain in cats; February 98, pp 146-155.

How understanding normal cat behavior can help prevent behavior problems; February 98; pp 160-171.

Preventing furniture scratching and inappropriate play in cats; February 98; pp 173-179.

Current and future canine and feline vaccination programs; March 98, pp 233-254.

Diagnosing feline elimination disorders; April 98, pp 350-362.

Tracing the roots of feline elimination disorders to aggression; April 98, pp 363-366.

Treating feline elimination disorders; April 98, pp 367-382.

Endoscopy quiz; June 98, pp 527-536.

Seizures in cats; June 98, pp 541-552.

Spinal cord diseases in cats; June 98, pp 553-564.

A review of feline neuromuscular diseases; June 98, pp 565-574.

Heartworm infections in domestic cats: Manifestations of parasitism in an abnormal host; June 98 Suppl., pp 7-14.

Giving pets effective long-term protection against flea infestation; June 98 Suppl., pp 16-18.

Update on tick-borne diseases; June 98 Suppl., pp 19-26.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What's your diagnosis? July 98, pp 628-633. (Correction; September 98, p 804.)

The indications and uses for gastrointestinal function tests in dogs and cats; July 98, pp 635-645.

Hepatic ultrasonography: A valuable tool in small animals; July 98, pp 646-653.

Update on feline vaccine-associated fibrosarcomas; August 98, pp 729-735.

Using oral hypoglycemic agents to treat diabetes mellitus in cats; August 98, pp 736-742.

Managing Bartonella henselae infection in cats; August 98, pp 745-749.

Diagnosis and treatment of inflammatory uterine disease in cats; August 98, pp 750-753.

Diagnosing congestive heart failure in dogs and cats; September 98, pp 811-817.

The emergency management of dogs and cats with congestive heart failure; September 98, pp 818-822.

Managing arrhythmias in dogs and cats with congestive heart failure; September 98, pp 823-829.

How to manage chronic congestive heart failure; October 98, pp 913-918.

The role of dietary modification and nondrug therapy in dogs and cats with congestive heart failure; October 98, pp 919-926.

FERRETS
Treating distemper in a young ferret; July 98, pp 655-658.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What's your diagnosis? September 98, pp 797-804.

FLEAS
Giving pets effective long-term protection against flea infestation; June 98 Suppl., pp 16-18.

FOOD-ANIMAL RESEARCH UPDATE
Comparing topical products as therapy for papillomatous digital dermatitis; February 98, p 196.

Is there anything new for ketosis? February 98, pp 196-198.

Oral flunixin meglumine in cows? February 98, p 198.

FRACTURES
Principles of external skeletal fixation in small-animal surgery; May 98, pp 445-453.

Repairing humeral and femoral fractures with external skeletal fixation; May 98, pp 455-461.

Using external skeletal fixation for fractures of the radius and ulna and tibia; May 98, pp 463-467.

Using transarticular external skeletal fixation devices; May 98, pp 468-472.

Fundamentals of fracture management; December 98, pp 1065-1070.

Autogenous cancellous and corticocancellous bone grafting; December 98, pp 1071-1074.

Principles of applying pin and wire fixation; December 98, pp 1075-1080.

GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT
Endoscopy case of the month: Fever and depression in a foal; January 98, pp 76-81.

Endoscopy case of the month: Cloth foreign body ingestion; March 98, pp 269-273.

The indications and uses for gastrointestinal function tests in dogs and cats; July 98, pp 635-645.

Endoscopy case of the month: Acute gastrointestinal hemorrhage; August 98, pp 717-724.

Endoscopy case of the month: Rectal bleeding in a dog; October 98, pp 892-897.

Endoscopy case of the month: Chronic vomiting in a dachshund; December 98, pp 1057-1061.

GRANULOMATOUS DISEASE
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What's your diagnosis? January 98, pp 35-44.

HEARTWORM DISEASE
Heartworm infections in domestic cats: Manifestations of parasitism in an abnormal host; June 98 Suppl., pp 7-14.

HERPESVIRUS
Forgotten bovine viruses: A cause for concern? August 98, pp 765-768.

HYPERCALCEMIA
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What's your diagnosis? January 98, pp 35-44.

KIDD STUFF
Vets strike out with salaries; January 98, pp 23-25.

Growing old like me; March 98, pp 220-221.

In the news; May 98, pp 431-432.

Virtual pets for wannabe vets; July 98, pp 626-627.

In praise of fleas; September 98, pp 789-790.

Freckle or foe? November 98, p 957.

LETTERS
Challenging case causes concern (Cianci, C.); response: (Anderson, M.A.); February 98, p 116.

Database serves as online textbook (Viera, A.); February 98, pp 116-118.

Keep Miller cartoons (Seymour, D.C.); February 98; p 118.

Training methods can vary with behavior goal (Fuller, W.J.); response: (Miller, R.M.); March 98, pp 212-214.

When should therapy for diabetic cats begin? (Rosenoff, E.M.); response: (Norsworthy, G.D.); March 98 p 214.

Consider age, pain before onychectomy (Feaga, W.P.) (anonymous); response: (Overall, K.L.); May 98, pp 417-420.

Animal advocates support pets and obedience training (Bennett, C.); July 98, p 611.

Tenectomy may be no better than declawing (White, J.M.); July 98, pp 611-612.

Brinker also exemplified client service (Lederer, P.); July 98, p 612.

Should new drug be used for presurgical pain management? (Cianci, C.); response: (Hellyer, P.W.); October 98, pp 869, 884.

Permethrin spot-on products can be toxic in cats (Volmer, P.A.; Kahn S.A.; Knight, M.W.; Hansen, S.R.); December 98, p 1039.

Use common sense when it comes to declawing (Stuart, B.); December 98, p 1039.

LISTERIOSIS
Recognizing and treating listeriosis in dairy goats; January 98, pp 92-98.

LIVER
Performing percutaneous liver biopsy in alpacas and llamas; February 98, pp 190-195.

Hepatic ultrasonography: A valuable tool in small animals; July 98, pp 646-653.

LLAMAS
Performing percutaneous liver biopsy in alpacas and llamas; February 98, pp 190-195.

How to perform laparoscopic ovariectomy in llamas and alpacas; March 98, pp 295-298.

Recognizing and treating urolithiasis in llamas; June 98, pp 583-590.

Rabies in a llama; October 98, pp 934-936.

How to determine and when to use body weight estimates and condition scores in llamas; November 98, pp 1015-1018.

LUNGWORMS
Clinical response to Dictyocaulus infection in cattle with varying exposure history; September 98, pp 847-852.

MIND OVER MILLER
Convention planners take note; January 98, pp 17-18.

Looking back on 1997; February 98, pp 119-123.

Horses are unsung war heroes; March, pp 218-219.

Cartoons serve to confuse and amuse; April 98, pp 322-323.

Don't rush to change vaccination protocol; May 98, pp 422-423.

Veterinarians are in supply and demand; June 98, pp 513-514.

L.A.: All you could want, everything you don't; July 98, p 614.

A warm heart and a sick sense of humor; August 98, pp 700-701.

The smoke screen of cigarette advertising; September 98, pp 785-788.

The trials of international travel; October 98, p 873.

Postscripts; November 98, p 953.

The declawing controversy: Stepping into the ring; December 98, pp 1043-1045.

MONITORS
Blood pressure monitoring; January 98, pp 48-59.

Pulse oximetry: A practical, efficient monitoring method; January 98, pp 60-66.

Using end-tidal carbon dioxide to monitor patients; January 98; pp 67-74.

NEOPLASIA
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What's your diagnosis? February 98, pp 137-142.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What's your diagnosis? April 98; pp 334-344.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What's your diagnosis? July 98, pp 628-633. (Correction; September 98, p 804.)

Update on feline vaccine-associated fibrosarcomas; August 98, pp 729-735.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What's your diagnosis? September 98, pp 797-804.

Endoscopy case of the month: Rectal bleeding in a dog; October 98, pp 892-897.

Endoscopy case of the month: Chronic vomiting in a dachshund; December 98, pp 1057-1061.

NEUROLOGIC DISEASE
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What's your diagnosis? February 98, pp 137-142.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What's your diagnosis? April 98; pp 334-344.

Seizures in cats; June 98, pp 541-552.

Spinal cord diseases in cats; June 98, pp 553-564.

A review of feline neuromuscular diseases; June 98, pp 565-574.

NEUROMUSCULAR DISEASE
A review of feline neuromuscular diseases; June 98, pp 565-574.

NONINSECTICIDAL SHAMPOO
Noninsecticidal shampoo therapy; October 98, pp 899-904.

NUTRITION
Feeding potato and sweetpotato byproducts to beef cattle; January 98, pp 82-91.

The role of dietary modification and nondrug therapy in dogs and cats with congestive heart failure; October 98, pp 919-926.

ORAL HYPOGLYCEMIC AGENTS
Using oral hypoglycemic agents to treat diabetes mellitus in cats; August 98, pp 736-742.

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY
Principles of external skeletal fixation in small-animal surgery; May 98, pp 445-453.

Repairing humeral and femoral fractures with external skeletal fixation; May 98, pp 455-461.

Using external skeletal fixation for fractures of the radius and ulna and tibia; May 98, pp 463-467.

Using transarticular external skeletal fixation devices; May 98, pp 468-472.

Fundamentals of fracture management; December 98, pp 1065-1070.

Autogenous cancellous and corticocancellous bone grafting; December 98, pp 1071-1074.

Principles of applying pin and wire fixation; December 98, pp 1075-1080.

OVARIECTOMY
How to perform laparoscopic ovariectomy in llamas and alpacas; March 98, pp 295-298.

OVINE SPECIES
Advances in large-animal reproduction: In vitro production of embryos; June 98, pp 575-582.

PORCINE SPECIES
Tracking the incidence of porcine respiratory diseases; April 98, pp 391-398.

PRODUCTION MEDICINE
Matching beef cattle genotype to environment: Part 1; February 98; pp 180-189.

Matching beef cattle genotype to environment: Part 2; March 98; pp 280-293.

Current strategies for managing salmonella infections in cattle; August 98, pp 756-764.

Using expected progeny difference to improve beef production: Part 1; September 98, pp 839-843.

Using expected progeny difference to improve beef production: Part 2; October 98, pp 927-933.

Smart management of culled cows: Adding value to a product; November 98, pp 1005-1013.

Monitoring dairy herd health and production: An introduction; December 98, pp 1081-1082.

Using records to evaluate milk production; December 98, pp 1083-1093.

PROPOFOL
Evaluating the compatibility of propofol and various preanesthetic agents in dogs; March 98, pp 255-262.

PYTHIOSIS
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What's your diagnosis? November 98, pp 971-978.

RABIES
Rabies in a llama; October 98, pp 934-936.

REPRODUCTION
Matching beef cattle genotype to environment: Part 1; February 98; pp 180-189.

Breeding with cooled transported equine semen: The advantages and success rate; March 98, pp 275-279.

Matching beef cattle genotype to environment: Part 2; March 98; pp 280-293.

Breeding with cooled, transported equine semen: Testing and preparing semen for travel; May 98, pp 474-479.

Advances in large-animal reproduction: The expanding role of ultrasonography; May 98, pp 480-484.

Advances in large-animal reproduction: Updated techniques for artificial insemination and embryo transfer; May 98, pp 485-490.

Advances in large-animal reproduction: In vitro production of embryos; June 98, pp 575-582.

Breeding with cooled, transported equine semen: Proper mare management; July 98, pp 665-671.

Diagnosis and treatment of inflammatory uterine disease in cats; August 98, pp 750-753.

Breeding with cooled, transported equine semen: The insemination process; September 98, pp 831-837.

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
Tracking the incidence of porcine respiratory diseases; April 98, pp 391-398.

Clinical response to Dictyocaulus infection in cattle with varying exposure history; September 98, pp 847-852.

RODENTS
Recognizing common signs of illness in pet rodents; November 98, pp 981-987.

Drug therapy in pet rodents; November 98, pp 988-991.

Case Management Workshop; November 98, pp 992-995.

SALMONELLOSIS
Current strategies for managing salmonella infections in cattle; August 98, pp 756-764.

SEIZURES
Seizures in cats; June 98, pp 541-552.

SPINAL CORD DISORDERS
Spinal cord diseases in cats; June 98, pp 553-564.

SYNAPTIC TEASERS
Synaptic Teasers; February 98, p 134.

Synaptic Teasers; April 98, p 330.

Synaptic Teasers; June 98, p 525.

Synaptic Teasers; August 98, pp 713-714.

Synaptic Teasers; December 98, pp 1053-1056.

TICK-BORNE DISEASE
Update on tick-borne diseases; June 98 Suppl., pp 19-26.

ULTRASONOGRAPHY
Advances in large-animal reproduction: The expanding role of ultrasonography; May 98, pp 480-484.

Hepatic ultrasonography: A valuable tool in small animals; July 98, pp 646-653.

UROLITHIASIS
Recognizing and treating urolithiasis in llamas; June 98, pp 583-590.

UTERINE DISEASE
Diagnosis and treatment of inflammatory uterine disease in cats; August 98, pp 750-753.

VACCINATION
Current and future canine and feline vaccination programs; March 98, pp 233-254.

Update on feline vaccine-associated fibrosarcomas; August 98, pp 729-735.

ZOONOTIC DISEASE
Recognizing and treating listeriosis in dairy goats; January 98, pp 92-98.

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