Hepatic Disease in Small Animals
- Copper-associated Hepatopathy
- Idiopathic Chronic Hepatitis
- Breed-specific Chronic Hepatitis
Also of Interest
In all animals, malassimilation refers to an impaired ability of the gastrointestinal tract to provide nutrients to the body because of maldigestion or malabsorption. Maldigestion occurs when food cannot be properly broken down within the intestinal lumen. Malabsorption occurs when nutrients fail to pass from the intestinal lumen into the blood. Which of the following diseases is most likely to result in maldigestion?