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Journal September 2009 (Vol 31, No 9)

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NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Liver Enzyme Elevations in Dogs: Physiology and Pathophysiology CE Article #1

1. Which breed has been documented to have increased ALP activity independent of underlying disease?
2. ALP isoenzymes are not found in the
3. GGT has ______ sensitivity and ______ specificity than ALP for hepatobiliary disease.
4. Which endocrine disorder has not been associated with increased cholestatic enzyme activities?
5. Which type of neoplasia has not been associated with ALP induction?
6. Increase in the activity of ______ best approximates the degree of hepatocyte damage.
7. CK activity needs to be considered when interpreting the activities of which enzymes?
8. Which statement is correct with regard to AST?
9. Copper-associated hepatopathy has a proven heritable basis in which breed?
10. ______ does not result in a mixed liver enzyme pattern.
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