Dept. of Companion Animal Clinical Sciences (SportFaMed) *
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Intestinal protozoa in wildlife : parasite transmission at the wildlife-human-domestic animal interface (PhD Thesis;2017:56, Doctoral thesis, 2017)The interfaces between humans, wild animals, and domestic animals are changing. This process is driven by a multitude of factors, including changes in land use, habitat loss and fragmentation, climate change, ecotourism, ...
Epidemiological, aetiological and prognostic aspects of canine primary bone cancer, with a view to its human counterpart (PhD Thesis;2015:86, Doctoral thesis, 2017-07-05)Osteosarcoma (OSA) is the most common histological subtype of primary bone cancer in both humans and dogs. The importance of this relatively rare malignancy in humans is underlined by the fact that it typically affects ...