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Conservative management of sacroiliac luxation fracture in cats: medium- to long-term functional outcome.

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Summary of "Conservative management of sacroiliac luxation fracture in cats: medium- to long-term functional outcome."

The aim of this study was to determine the functional medium- to long-term outcome for cats with a conservatively managed sacroiliac luxation fracture (SILF).

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Name: Journal of feline medicine and surgery
ISSN: 1532-2750
Pages: 1098612X19867516

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