THERE are several liver disorders specific to the cat, which may be partially explained by certain unique features of the cat's hepatic metabolism and anatomy. Signs of hepatobiliary disease in the cat are often vague and, therefore, liver disease should be included in the list of differential diagnoses for any cat presenting with non-specific signs of illness. This article sets out an approach to diagnosis - which is based upon a combination of laboratory evaluation, hepatic imaging, and liver cytology or biopsy - and describes the disease processes affecting the liver.
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