kleintier konkret 2023; 26(01): 8-15
DOI: 10.1055/a-1988-7370

Hüftgelenksdysplasie bei der Katze – Eine häufig übersehene Erkrankung

Dorothee Krainer

Die Hüftgelenksdysplasie kommt bei Katzen relativ häufig vor, wird aber nur selten erkannt. Wie hoch die Prävalenz dieser Erkrankung ist und welche diagnostischen und therapeutischen Möglichkeiten zur Verfügung stehen, erfahren Sie im vorliegenden Beitrag.

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06 March 2023

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