Acta Vet. Brno 2021, 90: 415-420

Alveolar bone pathology associated with delayed permanent tooth eruption in a cat – a case study

Anna S. Spirina, David A. Crossley

Veterinary Clinic “Dentalvet”, Moscow, Russia

Received May 18, 2020
Accepted November 9, 2021


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