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Clinical signs observed in different stages of chronic kidney disease in Dogs

Chetan Kumar GK,C Ansar Kamran,Shrikrishna Isloor.

Abstract
Chronic kidney disease is of multifactorial origin and is not a single disease condition. CKD produces various nonspecific clinical signs, which depends on degree of uremic crisis. In the following article various clinical signs observed in different stages of CKD were discussed.

Key words: CKD, Signs, Dogs, Stages



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