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Journal March 2008 (Vol 30, No 3)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Chronic Pancreatitis in Dogs and Cats

1.Which disease is most commonly associated with feline chronic pancreatitis?
2.The etiology of pancreatitis in miniature schnauzers is
3.Which endocrinopathy has not been associated with pancreatitis in dogs?
4.What is/are the most common clinical sign(s) in cats with chronic pancreatitis?
5.Which test(s) or diagnostic method is/are of no clinical use for the diagnosis of chronic pancreatitis in cats?
6.The most sensitive and specific test or method currently available for diagnosing pancreatitis in dogs and cats is
7.Acute and chronic pancreatitis in dogs and cats can be accurately differentiated based on
8.Which statement regarding chronic pancreatitis is true?
9.What should be the first step in the management of an animal that presents with severe vomiting and diarrhea caused by an acute episode of chronic pancreatitis?
10.The most important component of long-term therapy in dogs with chronic pancreatitis is
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