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Synonyms for veterinary

a doctor who practices veterinary medicine

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Three information systems are described and discussed: Veterinary Practitioner Aided Disease Surveillance in New Zealand, the Rapid Syndrome Validation Project--Animal in the United States, and "emergences" in France.
Designed for use by the general veterinary practitioner in daily practice, this extremely well-illustrated guide covers all the procedures generally encountered in the clinical setting.
com/research/55a804/ophthalmology_for) has announced the addition of the "Ophthalmology for the Veterinary Practitioner, 2nd Edition" report to their offering.
The technology, which sought to aid veterinary practitioners and poultry raisers in detecting NDV, was funded by the BAR in a form of a research grant which CLSU won during the 27th National Research Symposium.
Karla Bard, Director of Medical Operations at the Humane Society of Tampa Bay, led a presentation of landmark research findings at the annual meeting of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP) at their special veterinary session on Saturday, October 7th in Atlanta, GA.
You can find a listing of certified veterinary practitioners at the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association at http://www.
Upon resubmission and what Oasmia considers likely approval, Paccal Vet would be available for use to the much broader approximately 42,000 general veterinary practitioners in the US.
If Alvarado's current bill passes to the House floor, she told the Texas Tribune there would be amendments in the bill's wording that would protect veterinary practitioners from being prosecuted.
Sick wildlife is examined by local veterinary practitioners for animal welfare reasons.
This industry comprises licensed veterinary practitioners who practice veterinary medicine, dentistry or surgery for animals.
The team, made up of veterinary practitioners, cardiac physiologists and cardiologists, analysed the electrical activity of the heart in a sample of 100 healthy "wild-born" chimps over four years.
Conventional veterinary practitioners are dead-set against such a regimen, citing the well-documented dangers of heartworm disease--and the not-well-studied risks of using highly toxic herbs.
13) A Diplomate Emeritus of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (Avian Practice) and a Diplomate of the European College of Zoological Medicine (Avian), Dr Harrison retired from clinical practice in 2005.
Veterinary practitioners, technicians, and students form the book's readership.
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