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Vaginal smear from a female cat that is not in estrus. From: Semen Collection and Assessment, and Artificial Insemination in the Cat by Axnér E. and Linde-Forsberg C. In: Concannon P.W., England G., Verstegen III J., et al. (Eds.), Recent Advances in Small Animal Reproduction.
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The Anatomical Differences between the Donkey and the Horse by C. L. Herman
Diseases of the Parathyroid Glands by J.R. Kovak
Diseases of the Thyroid Gland by J.R. Kovak
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