Jody Lulich, D.V.M. Ph.D., Dipl. A. C.V.I.M., ProfessorThe Value of the Urinalysis in the Diagnosis and Management of Urinary and Non-urinary DisordersObjectives: 1. Explain how to interpret the urinalysis in reference to systemic disease. 2. Discuss how proper interpretation of the urinalysis is a simple test to localize disease and save your patient’s life for some diseases. 3. Explain the physiology of urine formation with emphasis on clinical application.
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