Kathleen P Freeman
Synonym(s): aPTT, PTT, Partial thromboplastin time, (Kaolin-cephalin clotting time)
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Anticoagulant rodenticide poisoning
Disseminated intravascular coagulation
Factor IX / Hemophilia B
Fibrin degradation products
Hematology: activated clotting time
Hematology: complete blood count (CBC)
Hematology: platelet count
Hematology: prothrombin time
Hemostatic disorder: acquired
Hemostatic disorder: primary inherited
Transportation of diagnostic specimen
Von Willebrand's disease
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Festive hazards for pets
Hospitalization and nursing care
Suspected food allergy in dogs
Vector-borne diseases in dogs
Mitochondrial brain diseases
Dandy-Walker like syndrome
Meningoencephalomyelitis of unknown origin
Niemann Pick disease
Globoid cell leukodystrophy
Surgical asepsis and scrubbing
Open gloving 01
Open gloving 02
Open gloving 03
Open gloving 04
Closed gloving 03
Closed gloving 02
Closed gloving 01
Damaged clipper blade
Tibial plateau leveling operation (TPLO)
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