Presentación Clínica: Inclinación de la Cabeza y Pérdida del Equilibrio en los Conejos

La inclinación de la cabeza o tortícolis y la pérdida del equilibrio no controlada o episódica son presentaciones comunes en el conejo (Oryctolagus cuniculus . . .


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