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What is the most likely cause for the hyperbilirubinemia?JuistFout
Which of the following `toxins` can induce hemolytic anemia in dogs?JuistFout
What type of hemolytic anemia would you expect with these toxins and what cells would you expect to see on the blood smear?JuistFout
Toxins such as garlic, onions and zinc can induce oxidative damage to the red blood cells of dogs. This results typically in the formation of Heinz bodies. This type of hemolytic anemia is called methemoglobinemia of Heinz body anemia.
Which cells are typically seen on the blood smear of dogs with immune-mediated hemolytic anemia?JuistFout
How would you classify the anemia?
REFERENCE RANGE Hct (%) 11.7 43.0-59.0 MCV (fl) 70.5 63.0-77.0 MCH (pg) 24.8 21.0-25.0 MCHC (g/dl) 38.2 30.0-36.0 Leucocytes(/µL) 36580 6000-16000 Bands (/µL) 676 0.0-300.0 Segm (/µL) 27300 3000-11500 Lympho (/µL) 2480 1000-4800 Mono (/µL) 1322 < 1350 Eosino (/µL) 250 < 1250 PLT (/µL) 458000 164000-510000 Absolute reticulocyte count (/µL) 98000JuistFout
Does this dog have a regenerative or non regenerative left shiftJuistFout