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Chapter 74: Gait Analysis


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  46. Horstman CL, Conzemius MG, Evans R, Gordon WJ: Assessing the efficacy of perioperative oral carprofen after cranial cruciate surgery using noninvasive, objective pressure platform gait analysis. Vet Surg 33:286, 2004. PUBMED Abstract

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