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The liver is the main storage site for copper. Excess copper accumulation, however, is a risk factor for the development of chronic hepatitis in dogs. Mass spectrometry or rhodanine staining are frequently used methods to assess copper levels in the liver. The association was studied between...

Author(s)
Ashish Gupta; Ahmad Al-Dissi
Publisher
Canadian Veterinary Medical Association, Ottawa, Canada
Citation
Canadian Journal of Veterinary Research, 2022, 86, 4, pp 300-305
Abstract

OBJECTIVES: Defects in copper metabolism have been described in several dog breeds, and recently, it has been suggested that changes in other essential trace elements could be involved in the pathogenesis of hepatic disease. This study measured hepatic copper accumulation and its interactions with...

Author(s)
Cedeño, Y.; López-Alonso, M.; Miranda, M.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Journal of Small Animal Practice, 2016, 57, 12, pp 703-709
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Background: Cycas revoluta ("sago palm") is a toxic ornamental plant which, when ingested, can cause hepatotoxic effects, gastrointestinal signs, and neurological alterations. Albeit rarely, C. revoluta ingestion can culminate with chronic severe hepatitis associated with hepatic fibrosis. The...

Author(s)
Pereira, V. de C.; Slaviero, M.; Saccaro, R. de O.; Grazziotin, B.; Driemeier, D.; Oliveira, E. C. de
Publisher
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Faculdade de Veterinária, Porto Alegre, Brazil
Citation
Acta Scientiae Veterinariae, 2020, 48, (Suppl 1): 560,
Abstract

Neglected dogs are part of society, they can be a source of zoonoses and zooanthroponoses. Knowing the pathological changes in the liver of neglected dogs living in urbanized areas, one can study the condition of the latter. Gastric and intestinal pathologies were observed in 87% of the previously...

Author(s)
Viktorovna, T. L.
Publisher
Sankt-Peterburgskaya gosudarstvennaya akademiya veterinarnoy meditsiny, St. Petersburg, Russia
Citation
Mezhdunarodnyy vestnik veterinarii, 2021, 2, pp 170-176
Abstract

Copper is an essential trace element, but can become toxic when present in abundance. The severe effects of copper-metabolism imbalance are illustrated by the inherited disorders Wilson disease and Menkes disease. The Labrador retriever dog breed is a novel non-rodent model for copper-storage...

Author(s)
Dirksen, K.; Spee, B.; Penning, L. C.; Ingh, T. S. G. A. M. van den; Burgener, I. A.; Watson, A. L.; Koerkamp, M. G.; Rothuizen, J.; Steenbeek, F. G. van; Fieten, H.
Publisher
Public Library of Sciences (PLoS), San Francisco, USA
Citation
PLoS ONE, 2017, 12, 4, pp e0176826
Abstract

Acute hepatitis has serious implications for both cats and dogs. However many of the clinical symptoms of acute hepatitis vary and are not highly specific, for example dysorexia, lethargy, hepatomegaly, vomiting and polyuria-polydipsia. These symptoms are however more marked with acute hepatitis...

Author(s)
Boedec, K. le
Publisher
NÉVA Europarc, Créteil, France
Citation
Le Nouveau Praticien Vétérinaire Canine - Féline, 2010, No.43, pp 35-42
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Bidens pilosa L. is a medicinal plant popularly used for treatment of liver diseases. In this study, the dry extract of aerial parts of Bidens pilosa and Silymarin, a phytocomplex obtained from the Silybum marianum fruits and marketed as hepatoprotective, were tested in dogs experimentally acutely...

Author(s)
Amaral, A. V. C.; Parente, L. M. L.; Conceição, E. C.; Paula, J. R.; Cunha, L. C.; Costa, A. P. A.; Oliveira, L. S.; Benatti, L. A. T.; Fioravanti, M. C. S.
Publisher
FEPMVZ - Editora, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Citation
Arquivo Brasileiro de Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia, 2020, 72, 4, pp 1248-1257
Abstract

The causes of hepatitis in dogs are mostly unknown. Known causes of canine hepatitis are infectious (CAV-1), toxic (e.g. aflatoxin), and metabolic (copper accumulation). In order to understand the unknown causes, research in this field is necessary. Despite the marked progress in the knowledge on...

Author(s)
Boomkens, S. Y.; Penning, L. C.; Egberink, H. F.; Ingh, T. S. G. A. M. van den; Rothuizen, J.
Publisher
Euroscience, Bilthoven, Netherlands
Citation
Veterinary Quarterly, 2004, 26, 3, pp 107-114
AbstractFull Text

The main causes of parenchymal liver disorders in dogs and cats are drug induced toxicity (phenobarbital, potentiated sulphonamids, diazepam, etc.), infectious agents. (leptospirosis, coronavirus, toxoplasmosis, etc.), herbal and dietary supplements, biological toxins (aflatoxin), food additives...

Author(s)
Lučić, K.; Potočnjak, D.
Publisher
Hrvatski Veterinarski Institut, Centar za Peradarstvo, Zagreb, Croatia
Citation
Veterinarska Stanica, 2016, 47, 5, pp 465-475
Abstract

The efficacy of silymarin, a flavonol-lignan mixture from Silybum marianum, against toxic hepatitis, fatty liver, cirrhosis, ischaemic injury, radiation toxicity and viral hepatitis in dogs via its antioxidant, hypolipaemic, antifibrotic, antiinflammatory, immunomodulatory and liver regenerating...

Author(s)
Moise, L.; Dana, C.
Publisher
Universitatea de Științe Agronomice și Medicină Veterinară București, București, Romania
Citation
Lucrări Științifice - Universitatea de Științe Agronomice și Medicină Veterinară București. Seria C, Medicină Veterinară, 2006, 40, pp 210-215

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