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Feline health
Retained and persistent deciduous teeth in cats
  1. Sorrel J. Langley-Hobbs1,
  2. Mark Longley1 and
  3. Margherita Gracis2
  1. 1University of Bristol, Langford House, Langford, Somerset BS40 5DU
  2. 2Clinica Veterinaria San Siro, Via Lampugnano 99, 20154, Milano, Italy
  1. e-mail: sj.langley-hobbs{at}

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