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  • M.H. Boevé
  • F.C. Stades
  • S.C. Djajadiningrat-Laanen

Abstract

Dieren met oogproblemen worden meestal sterk gericht aangeboden, zonder veel bijkomende problematiek. Na opnemen van de ziektegeschiedenis is het vaak al duidelijk dat het om een oogprobleem gaat. Bij het onderdeel signalement verdient het ras speciale aandacht, omdat veel oogafwijkingen een raspredispositie kennen of erfelijk zijn.

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  • M.H. Boevé
  • F.C. Stades
  • S.C. Djajadiningrat-Laanen

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