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83(4) 193-201

Title: 
Castratie bij het paard: technieken en complicaties
Author(s): 
A. MARTENS, T. VAN BERGEN
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pp 193-201
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83 (3) 133-142

Title: 
Pericardiale effusie bij de hond
Author(s): 
L. Vlerick, V. Bavegems, M. De Ridder, P. Smets, H. de Rooster
Abstract: 
   
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pp 133-142
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2014 (2) 91-96

Title: 
Elleboogaandoeningen bij de volwassen hond
Author(s): 
B. VAN RYSSEN
Full text: 
pp 91-96
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82 (6) pp 363-369

Title: 
Vaginale cytologie bij de teef: een miskende techniek? (Dutch)
Author(s): 
E. Wydooghe, A. Van Soom, T. Rijsselaere
Abstract: 
Paper in Dutch, no abstract in English
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pp 363-369
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82 (5) pp 299-308

Title: 
Anorexie en ileus bij konijnen (Dutch)
Author(s): 
M. Slabbekoorn, A. Van Caelenberg, K. Hermans
Abstract: 
Paper in Dutch, no abstract in English
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pp 299-308
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76 (3) 222-224

Title: 
Hygienic aspects associated with the introduction of new breeding stock on a pig breeding farm
Author(s): 
R. DUCATELLE, F. VAN IMMERSEEL
Abstract: 
Modern pig breeding companies mostly have a high sanitary status. Nevertheless, acquiring new breeding stockeven from companies with a high sanitary status always implies certain hygienic risks. Purchased breeding stock maycarry infectious agents which are not monitored on the farm of origin, or may become contaminated during transport.SPF or minimal disease breeder pigs have no acquired immunity against the infectious agents which they are guaran -teed free of. Thus on arrival at the farm of destination, they come in contact with some of these agents and may developserious disease symptoms. There fore, newly acquired breeding stock should go into quarantine on arrival, and the pre -mises used for the quarantine should be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected before arival.
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pp 222-224
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76 (5) 369-372

Title: 
Risk Assessment in Veterinary Medicine
Author(s): 
J. DEWULF
Abstract: 
Risk analysis is becoming increasingly important in veterinary medicine and veterinary public health. It isused to inform and objectify decisions concerning the control and management of risks for animals and/or humans.These risks are often arising from complex biological systems and pathways and therefore the use of apreset methodology to describe the underlying biological systems is becoming indispensable. In a first step ofrisk analysis the hazard is identified and a well defined risk question is developed. Secondly the entire productionprocess is described and an estimation of the risk and consequences of an unwanted event is made. Based on thisinformation risk control strategies are proposed by risk managers. Finally communication concerning the risk andthe preventive measurements is very important for all stakeholders involved.
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pp 369-372
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76 (6) 448-451

Title: 
Echografisch onderzoek van de maag bij het paard in de praktijk (Dutch)
Author(s): 
G. VAN LOON
Abstract: 
Paper in Dutch
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pp 448-451
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77 (1) 47-50

Title: 
TTA of Tibial Tuberosity Advancement – een nieuwe techniek voor de chirurgische behandeling van voorste kruisbandruptuur bij de hond (Dutch)
Author(s): 
A. BERGENHUYZEN, Y. SAMOY, B. VAN RYSSEN, D. VAN VYNCKT, G. VERHOEVEN, P. VERLEYEN, K. VERMOTE
Abstract: 
Paper in Dutch
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pp 47-50
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77 (2) 113-118

Title: 
Beoordeling en behandeling van valgus- en varusdeviaties bij het veulen (Dutch)
Author(s): 
A. MARTENS, T. LEVET, J. SAUNDERS, F. PILLE
Abstract: 
Paper in Dutch
Full text: 
pp 113-118
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