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loc. cit.

(ˈlɒk ˈsɪt)
in the place cited.
[< Latin locō citātō]
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loc cit

abbr of loco citatol. c., a. a. O.
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(loc cit.) concurrent injuries were more common in small sized animals which may be due to the fact that impact force is more likely to create multiple traumas when body size is small.
Various surgical techniques have been used to correct atresia ani in domestic animals (Singh, loc cit, Jubb et al., 1993).
In dogs, an association with obesity, diabetes or Cushing's disease has been noted (Piermattei et al., loc cit.).