Etiología, patogénesis, diagnóstico y tratamiento de osteocondrosis (OC)

Hernández Vidal, Gustavo; Mora Valdez, Francisco A.; Rodríguez Tovar, Luis E.; Ramírez Romero, Rafael
October 2011
Veterinaria México;oct-dic2011, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p311
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