alexa Spondyloarthropathy in wild and captive animals

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Spondyloarthropathy in wild and captive animals

The prevalence of spondyloarthropathy is indistinguishable in captive and wild-caught animals that contrasts with osteoarthritis in mammals, where the effect of artificial environments is clearly reported as the prevalence of spondyloarthropathy was equal in lowland and mountain gorillas. The general environmental contamination with adjuvant-active microorganisms is suggested for captive breeding although it need not necessarily be the same organism at the various locations there is asid to be specificity to microenvironmental support of specific organisms.

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