Pancreas-specific Lipase is a blood level that is used to diagnose pancreatitis in cats and dogs. Pancreatitis is a potentially fatal disease that is difficult to diagnose. Presenting signs are common and nonspecific, including vomiting, anorexia, and abdominal pain. With a greater than 95% accuracy, the cPL outperforms other pancreas screening methods.
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