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Xray and Ultrasound

Clapis
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Vetstream Ltd


Xray and Ultrasound

Veterinary medicine has made many advances in the last 10 years and many local veterinary practices will now be able to perform X-rays and ultrasound examinations.

Skull: radiographic positioning - lateral oblique
©Glen Cousquer

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