Cholestasis associated with extrahepatic bacterial infection in five dogs.

@article{Taboada1989CholestasisAW,
  title={Cholestasis associated with extrahepatic bacterial infection in five dogs.},
  author={Joseph Taboada and Denny J Meyer},
  journal={Journal of veterinary internal medicine},
  year={1989},
  volume={3 4},
  pages={216-21}
}
Intrahepatic cholestasis associated with severe extrahepatic bacterial infection is well recognized in humans. A similar syndrome is not well characterized in veterinary medicine. Five dogs with severe extrahepatic bacterial infection that developed histologically confirmed intrahepatic cholestasis were selected from the authors' case files. The types of infections included pneumonia, peritonitis secondary to a rectal tear, urinary tract infection, bite wounds, and vegetative endocarditis… CONTINUE READING