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The diagnostic approach to asymptomatic dogs with elevated liver enzyme activities
What's the next step when you see an apparently healthy dog that has abnormal liver enzyme results? These clinicians help you figure out when further diagnostic testing is warranted, which tests are indicated, and what conditions to suspect.


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