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Introduction 3

1. Registration 5

2. Anamnesis 6

2.1. Anamnesis of life 6

2.2. Medical history of the disease 6

3. General examination of a sick animal 7

3.1. General examination 7

3.2. Local trial 8

4. Additional survey methods 9

5. Diagnosis 10

6. Differentiated diagnosis 13

7. Clinical diagnosis 14

8. Treatment 15

9. Diary of Supervisions 17

10. The environmental part 18

11. Regulatory aspects of the enterprise 19

12. List of references 22

13. Conclusion 23

14. Appendix 24

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