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>Revistas >Veterinaria México >Año 2001, No. 2


Koloffon TS, Trigo TFJ, López MA
Lipidosis hepática idiopática felina
Vet Mex 2001; 32 (2)

Idioma: Español/Inglés
Referencias bibliográficas: 40
Paginas: 109-116
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RESUMEN

En el presente trabajo se realiza una revisión de la literatura sobre el síndrome de lipidosis hepática idiopática felina. La patogenia de este síndrome en los gatos sólo se conoce parcialmente y está estrechamente relacionada con el metabolismo lipídico y proteínico; el estrés y la obesidad son los dos factores más comúnmente involucrados. Los signos clínicos generalmente comienzan con anorexia, pérdida progresiva de peso, depresión y hepatomegalia, acompañados por niveles elevados de la actividad de las enzimas hepáticas y de la bilirrubina en la sangre. Una vez diagnosticada la lipidosis hepática, se debe continuar con exámenes clínicos y de laboratorio para excluir otros procesos patológicos causantes de lipidosis hepática secundaria y así llegar al diagnóstico final de lipidosis hepática idiopática felina.


Palabras clave: HÍGADO, GATO, LIPIDOSIS HEPÁTICA IDIOPÁTICA, ANOREXIA, OBESIDAD, ÁCIDOS GRASOS.


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