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Correlation of changes in blood chemistry with pathological changes in the animal's body: I. Serum nutrients and proteins



Correlation of changes in blood chemistry with pathological changes in the animal's body: I. Serum nutrients and proteins



Journal of the South African Veterinary Association 52(1): 57-63



The usefulness of laboratory tests is discussed, with emphasis placed on the correlation of the results with the clinical findings. The advantages and disadvantages of clinical chemistry and the precautions necessary when collecting the blood sample are delineated. Concentrations of the blood constituents are considered relative to the rate of release from cells, the method of transport in the blood, and the rate of removal from the blood.

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