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This presentation is ment to focus on ovarian and uterine cystic disorders in general and only as clinical example the case of our Dutch-born “Kirkegaard” is given.  It was actually a part of the Pathology class in the Small Animals  Module in Vienna, but I thought blending wildlife into small animal practice won’t do any harm. For the ovarian cysts there is the typical example of guinea pigs, but concerning cystic conditions of the uterus the dog is probably the best documented species. The full paper and poster on the two nutrias will soon follow!

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Some of the particularities of a very special species. It was ment as a presentation for the Pathology class in the Conservation Medicine Module.

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This is one of the presentations I prepared for Prof. Schwarzenberger’s course “Conservation Genetics”. It basically summarizes some of the reference papers on a certain topic. In this case: molecular identification techniques, problems and advantages in marine mammals, and specifically Minke whales.

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After visiting the Biomedical Primate Research Centre (BPRC), Europe’s largest primate research centre, I chose primate husbandry as topic for a short presentation during the Conservation Module lectures.

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