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Intrahepatic and extrahepatic portal venous anomalies in dogs: 52 cases (1982-1992)

Intrahepatic and extrahepatic portal venous anomalies in dogs: 52 cases (1982-1992)

Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 206(8): 1181-1185

Medical records of 52 dogs born with portal venous anomalies (PVA) were reviewed and separated into 2 groups, based on anatomic location of the shunt (intrahepatic vs extrahepatic). Three presurgical predictors of location were identified. Mean body weight at admission was statistically different between dogs with an intrahepatic PVA (mean, 15 kg) and those with an extrahepatic PVA (mean, 4.8 kg).

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