• Chanoit G, Genevois JP
  • SPECanin 2003
  • Novembre 2003
  • : Orthopédie
  • : Chien, chat
  • : Bibliographie

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Congrès
a - Penick T. Aquatics in canine rehabilitation. Proceeding 2nd International Symposium on Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy in Veterinary Medicine. University Of Tennessee. Knoxville. 2002;159-162.
b - Saunders DG. Electrical stimulation. Proceeding 2nd International Symposium on Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy in Veterinary Medicine. University Of Tennessee. Knoxville. 2002:55-58.

À lire également
c - Bardet JF. L'arthrose (III) : les chondroprotecteurs. Cahier clinique. L'Action Vétérinaire. 1999;1476.


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