4 Metabolic Disorders Related to Carbohydrate Metabolism

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Metabolic Disorders Related  to Carbohydrate Metabolism
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Metabolic Disorders Related to  Carbohydrate Metabolism Acidosis Laminitis (founder) Liver abscesses Diabetes
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Acidosis in Ruminants Decreased pH of body fluids CHO supply Lactic acid  production Rumen pH Systemic  acidosis Laminitis Rumenitis
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Laminitis Lameness due to lactic acidosis Chronic inflammation of hoof Abnormal growth Inadequate perfusion of laminae Degeneration of bond between hoof and  bone
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Liver Abscesses      Acidosis    Rumenitis   Bacteria High Grain  Diet Rumen Portal blood Liver Rumen bacteria Liver  abscesses
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Diabetes  Diabetes insipidus Diabetes mellitus  Excessive urination, water loss  Due to shortage of antidiuretic hormone (ADH)
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Unformatted text preview: ADH causes H 2 O reabsorption in the kidney Lack of insulin or lack of insulin response Blood glucose is not metabolized or utilized Loss of glucose in urine Ketosis can occur, shift from CHO to fat metabolism Diabetes Type I Type II Gestational Pancreas islet cells destroyed Decreased production of insulin Non-insulin dependent Insulin receptors less functional Occurs in pregnant woman Glucose in Cats True carnivore VERY little carbohydrate in normal diet Must rely on gluconeogenesis No VFAs like herbivores Rely on amino acids as source of carbon...
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