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Pathology in Practice

Rowena de Joya BS1, Rahul B. Dange DVM, MS, PhD2, and Peter Chu DVM2
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  • 1 from the Veterinary Medicine Teaching Hospital, University of California-Davis, Davis, CA 90650.
  • | 2 California Animal Health and Food Safety Laboratory, University of California-Davis, Davis, CA 90650.

Contributor Notes

Address correspondence to Rowena de Joya (rrdejoya@ucdavis.edu).

Rowena de Joya was a veterinary medical student at UC Davis from 2016–2020.