• Derré G
  • PV 262
  • Janvier-février 2006
  • : Chien, chat

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Congrès
a - Cauzinille L. Anciens et nouveaux antiépiletiques. Congrès national AFVAC. Paris. 2004.
b - Dewey CW. The use of oral levetiracetam as an add-on anticonvulsivant drug in cats receiving phenobarbital. Proceedings of the 23 rd American College of Veterinary Internal Medecine Congress, Baltimore, 2005, 908.