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Authors: Hossain, Md. Zakir
Keywords: : cattle, parasite, serum chemistry, diagnosis, treatment
Issue Date: May-2012
Publisher: Chattogram Veterinary & Animal |Sciences University
Abstract: In the present study, the serum chemistry of thirty parasitic infested cattle was evaluated at Dinajpur, Bangladesh during a part of internship program. The value of glucose, creatinine, cholesterol and total protein were found 52.842 mg/dl, 7.510 mg/dl, 206.60 mg/dl and59.45 mg/dl respectively. Blood biochemical evaluation plays an important role in diagnosis of diseases. The majority of disorders are characterized by certain changes in the concentration of blood parameters. Serum biochemical parameters varied to breed, age, sex, parasitic disease or even different environment. The present finding will elucidate precise diagnostic tools for diagnosis of parasitic diseases
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