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  Ranide



Ranide

    Veterinary anthelmintic for grazing animals; used to treat fluke, hookworm and other infestations.



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The most common cancer in the eye occurring in early childhood. A parent or doctor may first suspect a problem by detecting whiteness in the normally dark pupil. Occasionally it leads to a wandering eye (strabismus). It does not spread from one eye to the other but about 25% have a tumor in each eye. Immediate medical treatment is necessary. Sometimes the eye(s) must be removed to prevent spreading of the tumor into the brain.

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Ruminant
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Ruminantia
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Repetitive strain injury
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Restless legs
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