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Breed: Miniature Schnauzer
Age: 5 months old
History: Mattea presented for a 2-day history of lethargy and inappetance.
Physical examination findings included:
The following laboratory value abnormalities were identified:
CBC: microcytic (MCV: 62) anemia (HCT: 30%, hemoglobin: 10.4 g/dl, RBC: 4.8 x 1012/l) which was regenerative (76.8 x 109/l reticulocytes),
Serum profile: increased total calcium (12.0 mg/dl [just above normal range]), increased alkaline phosphatase (205 iu/l [range: 15-120]), increased creatine kinase (674 iu/l [range: 50-400]), and decreased total T4 (0.18 ug/dl) [range: 0.5-2.1]).
Pre and post-prandial bile acid values were within normal reference range.
Imaging Studies: Whole body and pelvic radiographs
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