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Various laboratory tests are available for the assessment of liver function: 1. Tests indicative of increased membrane permeability, enzymatic induction or hepatobiliary damage: ALT (alanine aminotransferase), AST (aspartate aminotransferase), ALP (alkaline phosphatase) and GGT (gamma-glutamyl transferase). These tests are not a direct expression of liver function. 2. Tests indicative of hepatic...
As in every medical discipline, odontostomatology mandatorily requires, besides suitable scientific preparation, technical knowledge about the instruments needed to perform dental procedures. The equipment that the professional decides to purchase has to be proportionate to the volume of work expected and to the type of operations she/he expects to perform most often.
The term entropion means an anomalous position of an eyelid, characterized by inversion of its free margin. As a result of this defect, the hairs present near the margin of the lower eyelid or the eyelashes on the border of the upper eyelid come into contact with the conjunctiva and cornea initially causing irritation and then secondary complications (erosions and ulcers) (Fig. 1). The defect...
Diabetes mellitus is undoubtedly one of the most frequent endocrine disorders in the dog and cat. Diabetes is a disease characterised by hyperglycaemia resulting from insulin deficiency and/or resistance; it is the consequence of absolute or relative insulin deficiency, caused, in turn, by an inefficiency of the beta cells of the endocrine pancreas. The clinical manifestations are mainly linked...
Subaortic stenosis is the second most common congenital disease in the dog, with a prevalence of 25.5%; it is characterized by fibrous lesions which surround, entirely or partially, the subvalvular part of the left ventricular outflow tract (LVOT).   AETIOLOGY Subaortic stenosis is more common in large or giant breeds. The breeds predisposed are the German Shepherd, Boxer, Newfoundland, Golden...
Juvenile pubic symphysiodesis is a recently developed surgical procedure, described for the first time in 2001 (Dueland), performed on puppies to contrast the development of early forms of hip dysplasia.
Poisonous reptiles are broadly distributed throughout the world. Snakes are cold-blooded animals, which only become active when the environmental temperature reaches about 25-27°C (spring - autumn). The most frequently poisoned animals are hunting dogs (95%).   TOXICITY The venom is a thick, amber-coloured, odourless fluid. Its chemical composition depends on the physiological state of the...

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