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Research Article

Short Communication: Relationship between Urinary Neutrophil Gelatinase-Associated Lipocalin and Noninfectious Pyuria in Dogs

Table 1

Age, sex, breed, surgery, and urinary NGAL concentration in 33 dogs of the study.

AgeSexBreedSurgeryuNGAL (pg/mL)

6MPoodleDental scaling3.43
9FCPitt bullDental scaling6.54
4FG. shepherdNeutering18.23
14MCMongrelDental scaling2.68
2.5MPoodleNeutering21.64
6MCLabradorDental scaling25.43
0.7MRottweilerNeutering19.51
3MRottweilerNeutering30.58
11FCMongrelDental scaling0.2
3MDachshundNeutering75.61
4MCMongrelDental scaling0.2
5FMongrelNeutering27.48
3FMongrelNeutering27.25
12MCMongrelDental scaling33.86
13FSp. spanielDental scaling9.74
11.3FCMongrelDental scaling9.1
6MCGreyhoundDental scaling6.13
3MGreyhoundNeutering24.86
4MMongrelNeutering25.44
0.6FJ. RussellNeutering1.54
3FCMongrelDental scaling4.75
3MMongrelNeutering23.1
5MSp. spanielNeutering0.29
6FCLabradorDental scaling0.2
12FCGolden R.Dental scaling5.18
0.6MMongrelNeutering23.65
7FCMongrelDental scaling0.2
6FCCocker sp.Dental scaling0.2
4FCLabrador Dental scaling2.07
6MPoodleNeutering1.22
7.6MBoxerNeutering32.28
11MCSetterDental scaling57.96
8MDachshundNeutering11.34

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