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    GI Diagnostics for a Busy Practitioner
    by Jorg Steiner




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    Language: English
    Edition: 2010
    Running Time: 12:22 min.

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    Gi diagnostics are common on veterinary practice, vomiting, diarrhea, chronic problems are daily basis.
    How do you inicially approach this pacients? Asked the interviewer.


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