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Articles on Steatitis
The proinflammatory phenotype of PECAM-1-deficient mice results in atherogenic diet-induced steatohepatitis.
We provide data for the novel finding that genetic deficiency of PECAM-1 potentiates the development and progression of NASH. We found that the rate of development and severity of diet-induced NASH are markedly enhanced in PECAM-1-deficient [knockout (KO)] mice relative to wild-type (WT) mice, as me...
Pansteatitis and severe hypocalcaemia in a cat.
A 13-year-old Siamese cat was presented for investigation of lethargy and progressive abdominal enlargement. Serum chemistry revealed severe reduction of total and ionised serum calcium. The omentum appeared hyperechoic with scattered hypoechoic foci on abdominal ultrasound examination. Elevated ser...
Blood alpha-Tocopherol, selenium, and glutathione peroxidase changes and adipose tissue fatty acid changes in kittens with experimental stea...
Twenty domestic shorthaired (DSH) and 20 Siamese (S) kittens were allocated into 4 breed-specific groups, of 10 kittens each, that were fed exclusively cooked sardines (F groups) or commercial feline canned food based on oily fish (C groups) for a 4-month period. Clinical signs were scored every 15...
Rosuvastatin: a safe and effective treatment for dyslipidaemia associated with non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH).
Steatitis, fin loss and skin ulcers of channel catfish, Ictalurus punctatus (Rafinesque), fingerlings fed salmonid diets.
Feline cutaneous and visceral necrotizing panniculitis and steatitis associated with a pancreatic tumour.
The association of pancreatic disorders with fat necrosis in domestic animals is rare. This report concerns a case of cutaneous/subcutaneous necrotizing panniculitis and steatitis associated with a pancreatic adenocarcinoma in an 11-year-old male Siamese cat. Clinical investigation revealed variably...
Hepatocellular toxicosis associated with the alternate administration of carprofen and meloxicam in a siberian husky.
A 4-year-old female Siberian Husky was diagnosed with pyogranulomatous steatitis at the site of a recurrence of left anal sac rupture (day 1). Carprofen and orbifloxacin were given for 13 days without improvement. A single dose of meloxicam was administered prior to surgical resection of the anal sa...
Adiponectin--tipping the scales from NAFLD to NASH?
Feline pansteatitis revisited: hazards of unbalanced home-made diets.
Pansteatitis is caused by the consumption of high levels of unsaturated fatty acids and/or the insufficient intake of vitamin E, leading to inflammation of adipose tissue. This disease has been related to fish-based diets. However, non-conventional diets must also be considered. The authors present...
Anemia, myopathy, and pansteatitis in vitamin E-deficient captive marmosets (Callithrix spp.).
Five young adult pet marmosets (Callithrix spp.) were presented with weight loss (5/5); fecal retention (3/5); diarrhea (2/5); impaired locomotion (3/5); anemia (4/4); hypoproteinemia or hypoalbuminemia (3/4); elevations of creatine phosphokinase, lactic dehydrogenase, and alanine aminotransferase (...