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Kontakt

Guido Fritsch

Telefon: 0049 (0)30 5168 421
Email: fritsch@izw-berlin.de

Gabriela Galateanu

Telefon: 0049 (0)30 5168 432
Email: galateanu@izw-berlin.de

Ausgewählte Publikationen

Galateanu G, Hermes R, Saragusty J, Göritz F, Potier R, et al. (2014): Rhinoceros feet step out of a rule-of-thumb: A wildlife imaging pioneering approach of synchronized computed tomography-digital radiography. PLoS ONE 9: e100415. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0100415.

Galateanu G, Hildebrandt TB, Maillot A, Etienne P, Potier R, et al. (2013): One small step for rhinos, one giant leap for wildlife management- imaging diagnosis of bone pathology in distal limb. PLoS ONE 8: e68493. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0068493.

Haschke G, Szentiks CA, Galateanu G, Häfner M (2013): Klinische, pathologisch-anatomische, thermographische und radiologische Befunde bei einer Giraffe mit chronischer Arthritis. Zoolog Garten 82: 259-266. doi:10.1016/j.zoolgart.2014.01.002.

Galateanu G, Apelt D, Aizenberg I, Saragusty J, Hildebrandt TB (2013): Canine tarsal architecture as revealed by high-resolution computed tomography. The Veterinary Journal  196: 374-380. doi:10.1016/j.tvjl.2012.10.027.

Galateanu G, Aizenberg I, Hildebrandt TB, Apelt D (2011): Computed tomographic demonstration of central tarsal bone plantar process occult fracture. Vet Rec 169: 442. doi:10.1136/vr.d4760.

Anonymous (2001) Death of a polar bear. Science 332: 157.

Hutchinson JR, Delmer C, Miller CE, Hildebrandt T, Pitsillides AA, Boyde A (2011) From flat foot to fat foot: Structure, ontogeny, function, and evolution of elephant "sixth toes". Science 334: 1699-1703.

Frey R, Volodin I, Volodina E, Carranza J, Torres-Porras J (2012) Vocal anatomy, tongue protrusion behaviour and the acoustics of rutting roars in free-ranging Iberian red deer stags (Cervus elaphus hispanicus). Journal of Anatomy 220: 271-292.

Galateanu G, Aizenberg I, Hildebrandt TB, Apelt D (2011) Computed tomographic demonstration of central tarsal bone plantar process occult fracture. The Veterinary Record 169: 442.