Diagnostic Imaging in Veterinary Dental Practice

Laura A. Sasser Veterinary Dental Center, Aurora, IL

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Corresponding author: Dr. Sasser (lsasserdvm@att.net)

In collaboration with the American Veterinary Dental College

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