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Q. Hi where can I find the best explanation of my dogs medical records. Example lat of stifles, chems c, vd/lat pelvic, x 1, and hwt neg mean?

A. Hwt neg means negative for heart worms, vd/ lat pelvis are different radio graphic views of the pelvis, as well as lat of stifles. If you want to post in the forum or in a private chat/ consultation the rest of the records I am happy to help you understanding them all.

Answered By
DR. MASSIMO ORIOLES, DVM, MRCVS



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