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Changes in the femoral head and/or neck in cats
  1. Chris Jordan,
  2. Pilar Lafuente,
  3. Henny Martineau and
  4. Gareth Arthurs
  1. Small Animal Medicine and Surgery Group, Veterinary Clinical Sciences, Royal Veterinary College, Hawkshead Lane, North Mymms, Hertfordshire AL9 7TA
  1. e-mail: cjordan{at}

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WE are undertaking a prospective study based at the Royal Veterinary College with the aim of answering the question: ‘Are changes in the femoral head and/or neck of cats due to chronic capital physeal fracture, secondary to previous capital physeal fracture, …

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