Risk factors associated with acute pancreatitis in dogs: 101 cases (1985-1990).

  title={Risk factors associated with acute pancreatitis in dogs: 101 cases (1985-1990).},
  author={Audrey K. Cook and Edward B Breitschwerdt and Jay F. Levine and Susan E. Bunch and L O Linn},
  journal={Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association},
  volume={203 5},
The medical records of 101 dogs with acute pancreatitis, diagnosed on the basis of medical histories of acute vomiting, with serum lipase or amylase activity greater than the reference range, or with gross signs of pancreatitis at surgery or histopathologic evidence at necropsy, were evaluated to identify potential risk factors for the development of acute pancreatitis. Age, sex, and breed of dogs with acute pancreatitis were compared with those from a reference population of 100 dogs admitted… CONTINUE READING


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