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|Title:||Clinical Pathological Evaluation of Hepatobiliary Disorders in Dogs with Special Reference to Serum Bile Acids|
|Keywords:||Veterinary Science, Veterinary Pathology, Dogs, Hepatobiliary disorders, Haematology, Serum biochemistry, Total serum bile acids|
|Abstract:||The present work was undertaken to study the haematological and serum biochemical alterations in hepatobiliary disorders in dogs and to study the diagnostic utility of total serum bile acids in hepatobiliary disorders. A total of 86 cases of canine hepatobiliary disorders in the present study were classified as acute hepatitis (32/86), chronic hepatitis (16/86), leptospirosis (22/86), biliary disorders (6/86) and neoplastic disorders (10/86). The population incidence of canine liver diseases was 0.53%. The incidence of canine liver disease was higher in male non-descript dogs in an age group of 5-8 years.|
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