Inherited, chronic, progressive hepatic degeneration in Bedlington terriers with increased liver copper concentrations: clinical and pathologic observations and comparison with other copper-associated liver diseases.

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One hundred nineteen hepatic tissue samples from 117 Bedlington Terriers were divided into 6 groups depending on the severity of histopathologic hepatic changes. Group 0 comprised dogs with microscopically normal livers. Group I dogs had copper-positive, lipofuscin-containing lysosomes present in centrilobular hepatocytes. Microfoci of hepatic necrosis, in… (More)

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