Pancreatitis in dogs and cats
Squires, R.A. (2007) Pancreatitis in dogs and cats. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the New Zealand Veterinary Association. UNSPECIFIED , pp. 85-90.
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Pancreatitis is a relatively common diagnosis in dogs and is being diagnosed with increasing frequency in cats. The true incidence of pancreatitis in dogs and cats is uncertain. It is likely that many cases are missed and, conversely, pancreatitis may sometimes be diagnosed incorrectly in patients with other gastrointestinal diseases.
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|Keywords:||abdomen, alimentary system/gastroenterology, diagnostic procedures, endocrine/autocrine/paracrine, pathology, treatment/therapy|
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