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CLINICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL STUDIES ON THE BASIS OF KETONE BODIES IN CATTLE : IV. OBSERVATIONS IN CATTLE AFFECTED WITH VARIOUS DISEASES

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Title: CLINICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL STUDIES ON THE BASIS OF KETONE BODIES IN CATTLE : IV. OBSERVATIONS IN CATTLE AFFECTED WITH VARIOUS DISEASES
Authors: SAKAMOTO, Tsukasa Browse this author
SONODA, Mitsuo Browse this author
NAKAMURA, Ryoichi Browse this author
Issue Date: 25-Mar-1958
Publisher: The Graduate School of Veterinary Medicine
Journal Title: Japanese Journal of Veterinary Research
Volume: 6
Issue: 1
Start Page: 35
End Page: 47
Description: A study was made by the authors on the basis of the ketone bodies in 171 cases affected with various diseases, and the results thus obtained may be summarized as follows. 1. The blood total ketone values increased in the various diseases not only in mean values but also in the range of the distribution with the exception of some diseases such as mercurial poisoning and infertility. 2. The blood acetone mean values increased in all diseases excepting infertility group ; but in the range of the acetone values of all diseases excepting ketosis which were all over the upper limit of the normal group, the blood acetone values fluctuated within the range of the normal group. 3. The urine total ketone values increased in all of the disease groups, especially in metabolic, respiratory and urinary diseases but with the exception of infertility and mercurial poisoning. 4. The urine acetone values showed increasing tendencies in the various diseases excepting 2 groups, viz., infertility and surgical operation. 5. The blood sugar levels for the various diseases ranged so widely that they fluctuated between 20 to 185 mg/dl ; their mean values were within 53 to 96 mg/dl. In ketosis they ranged between 20 and 57 mg/dl and their mean value was 44 mg/dl. That is blood sugar levels decreased markedly. 6. The numbers of eosinophile leucocytes in the various diseases rose and fell within a very wide range but in ketosis all cases showed tendencies to increase. 7. Considering from the authors' results, examinations of the blood sugar values, of the number of eosinophile leucocytes and cilinical inspection as well as estimation of the ketone bodies of the blood or urine are to be considered indispensable factors in the differential diagnosis of ketosis and other diseases.
Type: bulletin (article)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2115/1725
Appears in Collections:Japanese Journal of Veterinary Research > Volume 6, Number 1

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