Congenital liver cyst in a neonatal calf

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Congenital serous cysts attached to the liver capsule are usually small and multiple, but can be solitary, grow extremely large, and become symptomatic.They are considered rare incidental findings during laparotomies or necropsies and thier occurrence is well described in the human literature, with limited reports from the veterinary literature. This report describes the ante-mortem diagnosis and successful surgical removal of a large congenital liver cyst in a neonatal calf.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number717021
JournalCase Report in Veterinary Medicine
Volume2013
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StatePublished - Jan 1 2013

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Incidental Findings
Liver
laparotomy
Laparotomy
Capsules
necropsy

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Congenital liver cyst in a neonatal calf. / Nogradi, Nora; Heller, Meera C; Vaughan, Mary E.

In: Case Report in Veterinary Medicine, Vol. 2013, 717021, 01.01.2013.

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