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Animal Diseases: Related Topics

These medical condition or symptom topics may be relevant to medical information for Animal Diseases:

Hierarchical classifications of Animal Diseases

The following list attempts to classify Animal Diseases into categories where each line is subset of the next.

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  • Closed reduction of dislocation of unspecified site
  • Closed reduction of dislocation of wrist
  • Closed reduction of fracture of carpals and metacarpals with internal fixation
  • Closed reduction of fracture of carpals and metacarpals without internal fixation
  • Closed reduction of fracture of femur with internal fixation
  • Closed reduction of fracture of femur without internal fixation
  • Closed reduction of fracture of humerus with internal fixation
  • Closed reduction of fracture of humerus without internal fixation
  • Closed reduction of fracture of other specified bone with internal fixation
  • Closed reduction of fracture of other specified bone without internal fixation
  • Closed reduction of fracture of phalanges of foot with internal fixation
  • Closed reduction of fracture of phalanges of foot without internal fixation
  • Closed reduction of fracture of phalanges of hand with internal fixation
  • Closed reduction of fracture of phalanges of hand without internal fixation
  • Closed reduction of fracture of radius and ulna with internal fixation

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