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Hepatic lipidosis is a metabolic disorder that occurs frequently in dairy cattle. The present study evaluates the practical use of hepatic cytology in dairy cattle and suggests that overall health and dairy production rates of animals are not compromised with this procedure. Cytological results were classified by the detected degree of fatty infiltration, and haematological and metabolic results were compared between each sampled period. The health status and the daily milk production at each sampling stage were recorded.
Obtained results indicated that the animals did not show significant clinical inflammation or a decrease in dairy production, which could be deemed secondary to the cytological sampling.
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Turk J Vet Anim Sci, ; Universidad Editor responsable Prof. Carlos G. Reserva de Derechos al uso Exclusivo No. Expedido por Instituto Nacional del Derecho de Autor. ISSN Font Size. Practical use of clinical cytology for the diagnosis of hepatic lipidosis in dairy cattle. Figure 1. Cell aspiration from cow liver in 11th right intercostal space approximately 15 to 20 cm below the spinous apophysis.
Keywords Lipidosis, cytology, dairy cow, fatty infiltration. Subclinical fatty liver in dairy cows. Irish Vet J, ;
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