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Management of hepatic and pancreatic disorders

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Abstract

This chapter will focus on the management of the most important hepatic and pancreatic disorders that are encountered in feline practice, notably inflammatory liver diseases, hepatic lipidosis and pancreatitis. : Liver biopsy.

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12.1 Typical cytological findings in a fine-needle aspirate from a cat with hepatic lipidosis. Red blood cells can be seen around the periphery of the image. In the centre are clumped hepatocytes with marked fatty vacuolation. (Wright’s–Giemsa; original magnification X500.)
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Image of Suture amputation of the tip of the quadrate lobe (this lobe is identified by its close association with the gall bladder) in a cat undergoing multiple biopsy of abdominal organs due to suspected triaditis.
Suture amputation of the tip of the quadrate lobe (this lobe is identified by its close association with the gall bladder) in a cat undergoing multiple biopsy of abdominal organs due to suspected triaditis. Suture amputation of the tip of the quadrate lobe (this lobe is identified by its close association with the gall bladder) in a cat undergoing multiple biopsy of abdominal organs due to suspected triaditis.
Image of The cut surface of the liver can be seen. The stump of the ligature is just visible on the right-hand side (arrowed). The gall bladder (starred) is visible to the left of the liver biopsy site.
The cut surface of the liver can be seen. The stump of the ligature is just visible on the right-hand side (arrowed). The gall bladder (starred) is visible to the left of the liver biopsy site. The cut surface of the liver can be seen. The stump of the ligature is just visible on the right-hand side (arrowed). The gall bladder (starred) is visible to the left of the liver biopsy site.
Image of Surgicell used to assist haemostasis after surgical liver biopsy.
Surgicell used to assist haemostasis after surgical liver biopsy. Surgicell used to assist haemostasis after surgical liver biopsy.
Image of Drawn by S.J. Elmhurst BA Hons (www.livingart.org.uk) and reproduced with her permission.
Drawn by S.J. Elmhurst BA Hons (www.livingart.org.uk) and reproduced with her permission. Drawn by S.J. Elmhurst BA Hons (www.livingart.org.uk) and reproduced with her permission.
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