Advances in the diagnosis of acute pancreatitis in dogs.
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In the last 20years, the diagnosis of pancreatitis has become more frequent as a result of improved diagnostic modalities such as abdominal ultrasound examination, advanced imaging, and immunoassays for the measurement of pancreatic lipase. Our aim is to provide a state-of-the-art overview of the clinical diagnosis of acute pancreatitis (AP) in dogs with a particular focus on pancreatic lipase assay validation and clinical performance, in addition to advanced imaging modalities. We also discuss the potential indications for cytology and histopathology in dogs with suspected AP.
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Cridge, H., Twedt, D. C., Marolf, A. J., Sharkey, L. C., & Steiner, J. M.
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Cridge, Harry||Twedt, David C||Marolf, Angela J||Sharkey, Leslie C||Steiner, Jörg M