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Steroid hepatopathy in a horse with glucocorticoid-induced hyperadrenocorticism


Steroid hepatopathy in a horse with glucocorticoid-induced hyperadrenocorticism



Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 200(11): 1682-1684



ISSN/ISBN: 0003-1488

PMID: 1624345

Steroid hepatopathy was diagnosed in a horse with glucorticoid-induced hyperadrenocorticism on the basis of anamnesis, serum biochemical data, and histologic findings of hepatic biopsy. Initially, clinical signs of polyuria, polydypsia, and muscular degeneration were seen. The horse developed laminitis during hospitalization.

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