David Twedt, DVM, DACVIM
Whether a veterinary patient is symptomatic or asymptomatic, use this guide to help you get to a diagnosis.
Veterinary gastrointestinal disorders are often left unidentified or misdiagnosed and can linger even with treatment. Follow these tips to banish stubborn diarrhea once and for all.
The liver is paramount in an animal's metabolism, playing a key role in regulating protein, carbohydrates, fat, viatmins, and minerals.
Liver disease is common in the cat and the finding of icterus is a frequently a clinical clue that the cause is primary liver disease.
The detection of abnormal liver biochemical tests in the asymptomatic as well as the symptomatic patient is a common finding on the routine blood screen.
Several hepatobiliary disorders have recently come under increased awareness in dogs.
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