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ABSTRACT OF THE WEEK

Clinician's brief
Volume 19 | Issue 8 (Nov-Dec 2021)

Canine Cesarean Section

Clin Brief. Nov-Dec 2021;19(8):. 8 Refs
Youry Dupré1, W Alex Fox-Alvarez
1 Animal Surgical Center of Michigan, Flint, MI 48507, USA.

Author Abstract

Follow this step-by-step guide to perform cesarean sections in dogs and achieve a healthy outcome for the dam and neonates.

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