Many disease conditions of the rabbit can affect the liver, and a variety of clinical signs may indicate a diagnosis of liver impairment, either as a primary or secondary condition. However, clinical signs are often non-specific and it may be difficult to make an accurate diagnosis of liver disease in practice. This article describes the clinical signs and diagnostic tests used in making a diagnosis of liver disease in rabbits, and discusses specific liver diseases and their management.
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