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Journal September 2009 (Vol 31, No 9)

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NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Liver Enzyme Elevations in Dogs: Diagnostic Approach CE Article #2

1. The ______ of liver enzyme activity increase is not a consideration when evaluating a dog with increased liver enzyme activities.
2. Which of the following may be associated with hepatotoxicosis?
3. Which of the following regarding hepatotoxins is incorrect?
4. ______ has/have not been associated with hepatic disease.
5. ______ is a poor prognostic indicator in patients with hepatic disease.
6. ______ can be used as a biomarker of hepatic encephalopathy.
7. Which statement regarding abdominal imaging is correct?
8. Which is not a contraindication to liver biopsy?
9. Which is not an advantage of fine-needle aspiration of the liver?
10. When performing a biopsy, samples of liver parenchyma should be collected for all of the following except
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