Increased Liver Enzymes in the Geriatric Dog
We routinely recommend and perform biochemistry panels in dogs. But what do elevations in liver enzymes mean for your patient – especially when they’re unexpected? Elizabeth Jenkins will help you understand how to interpret these variations.
BVSc (Hons I) PGCertVS MVS (SA Practice) MANZCVS (SA Medicine)
Liz graduated from the University of Sydney in 2010. She started her veterinary career in general practice, working with both large and small animals on the mid-north coast before moving into small animals only in Tamworth. Liz has completed a Masters of Veterinary Studies in Small Animal Practice at Murdoch University and achieved Membership to the Small Animal Medicine Chapter of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in 2016. After undertaking a rotating internship in Sydney, Liz joined the University Veterinary Teaching Hospital - Sydney team in 2017 as a resident in Small Animal Medicine. Liz is particularly interested in infectious diseases and neurology. She is the proud owner of two gorgeous and very spoilt Labradors, Daphne and Wilson.