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Enlarged Liver in Dogs

There are a number of diseases that can affect the functioning of a dog’s liver and lead to enlargement.

An enlarged liver in dogs can often be accompanied by ascites, or fluid accumulation in the abdomen, in which the dog displays an abnormally swollen belly.

An enlarged liver is most commonly found in older dogs.

It is important to identify and diagnose the cause of an enlarged liver early, so that the underlying cause may be treated.

Hepatomegaly is a clinical state of abnormal liver enlargement.

Because the liver serves to filter toxins from the bloodstream, it can be affected by a number of diseases.

An enlarged liver is a finding which should prompt a detailed clinical work-up for primary and secondary liver disease.

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