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Kleine zoogdieren: konijn, cavia, chinchilla, goudhamster, muis, rat, gerbil, fret en nerts

  • J.T. Lumeij

Abstract

Anamnese en lichamelijk onderzoek bij de kleine zoogdieren verschillen in principe niet van die bij de hond of kat. De detailverschillen in (de mogelijkheden van) het onderzoek worden hoofdzakelijk bepaald door het verschil in grootte tussen de diverse diersoorten en verschillen in anatomie en/ of fysiologie.

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