Thrombocytosis in dogs and cats: A retrospective study

@article{Hammer2004ThrombocytosisID,
  title={Thrombocytosis in dogs and cats: A retrospective study},
  author={Anne Sofie Vedsted Hammer},
  journal={Comparative Haematology International},
  year={2004},
  volume={1},
  pages={181-186}
}
A retrospective study was made of the clinical data in 118 dogs and 17 cats with thrombocytosis. The mean platelet count for dogs was 647 × 109/l and for cats was 767 × 109/l. There was no significant difference in platelet count based on species, age or sex. The most common disease categories associated with thrombocytosis were neoplasia (25%), gastrointestinal disorders (19%) and endocrine disorders (10%). The most common drug classes associated with thrombocytosis were corticosteroids and… CONTINUE READING

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