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Diagnosis: Urine Scalding Dermatitis

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Figure 4: A 0.5-ml sample of urine from the rabbit in Fig. 1, after it has been collected by cystocentesis and spun in a Microfuge for 10 min.

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Diagnosis: Urine Scalding Dermatitis. Lab Anim 34, 24–25 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1038/laban0205-24

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