Factors Associated With Uterine Endometrial Hyperplasia and Pyometra in Wild Canids: Implications for Fertility

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Asa, C S ; Bauman, K L ; Devery, S ; Zordan, M ; Camilo, G R ; Boutelle, S ; Moresco, A ; Chile ; Denver Zoo ; St Louis Zoo
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