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Published : 31st December 2020
Authors : Rocco E. Mele1, Gregori M. Kurtzman2*
Citation : Mele RE, et al. (2020). Feline Alveolar Osteitis: Implant Protocol with Osseodensification and Early Crown Placement. Mathews J Vet Sci. (4)1:11.
Published : 27th December 2020
Authors : Danmaigoro A1*, Faruk AK1, Atabo SM1, Bello A1, Mahmud MA1,2, Abubakar K3, Mailafiya MM3
Citation : Danmaigoro A, et al. (2020). Prenatal Osteogenesis of the Long Bones of the Hindlimb in Sokoto Red Goat: Gross Osteomorphometry, Radiography and Histology. Mathews J Vet Sci. (4)1:10.
Published : 27th June 2018
Authors : Shanshan Ding*1 , Changqing Zhang1 , Li Zhang2 , Lei Le1 , Xin Zhang3 , Joyce Hwa2 , Tiansheng Zhou4 , Shoutao Liu1 , Zhihai Li1
Citation : Ding S, Zhang C, Zhang L, Le L, et all. (2018). CCl4 Induced Liver Fibrosis Model in Cynomolgus Monkeys. Mathews J Vet Sci. 3(1): 009.
Published : 17th January 2017
Authors : Vadala M1, 2*, Poddighe D3, Laurino C1, 2, Palmieri B1, 2
Citation : Vadalà M, Poddighe D, Laurino C and Palmieri B. (2017). Severe Side Effects of Vaccines in the Veterinary Setting. Mathews J Vet Sci. 2(1): 008
Published : 03rd January 2017
Authors : Mohamed E. Abou-Alsoud1, Gamal I. Karrouf2, 3
Citation : Abou-Alsoud ME and Karrouf GI. (2017). Diagnosis and Management of Knemidocoptes Pilae in Budgerigars (Melopsittacus Undulates): Case Reports In Egypt. Mathews J Vet Sci. 2(1): 007.
Published : 02nd January 2017
Authors : Gutierrez Rufo J1, Gazzano A1, Mariti C1
Citation : Rufo JG, Gazzano A and Mariti C. (2017). Prolactin In Female Domestic Dogs: A Mini-Review. Mathews J Vet Sci. 2(1): 006.
Published : 16th September 2016
Authors : Joao Leonardo Rodrigues Mendonca Dias1, Fabiele Baldino Russo1, Patricia Cristina Baleeiro Beltrao Braga1,2,3, Raphael Marques de Almeida Rosa da Cruz1, Isabella Rodrigues Fernandes 1, Fernanda Rodrigues Cugola 1, Nanci Nascimento4, Maria Angelica Miglino1, Graciela Conceicao Pignatari1,2
Citation : Dias JLRM, Russo FB, Braga PCBB, Cruz RMDARD, et al. (2016). Comparison between canine and molar swine tooth: tissue and stem cell view. Mathews J Vet Sci. 1(1): 005.
Published : 01st September 2016
Authors : Bin Zhao1,2, Lichun Liang1
Citation : Zhao B and Liang L. (2016). Mathematical Analysis of Antibody Rhythms. Mathews J Vet Sci. 1(1): 004.
Published : 14th July 2016
Authors : Katharina Flatz1, Andreas Blutke2, Bjorn Berger1, Andrea Meyer-Lindenberg1, Andreas Bruhschwein1
Citation : Flatz K, Blutke A, Berger B, Meyer-Lindenberg A and Brühschwein A (2016). Twisted Fat Stranding in a Dog with Isolated Splenic Torsion Diagnosed with Computed Tomography Mathews J Vet Sci 1(1): 003.
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