Overload and liver failure (hepatic failure)
Liver overload is characterized by liver dysfunction which is a real cleaning member. This malfunction could create a breach of the organ and a buildup of toxins in the body and especially this dysfunction may interfere with the important role of the liver to synthesize molecules noble in horses. The clinical signs are often vague but there is a lack of appetite, weight loss, tired. In case of complications, liver overload that leads to liver failure with often irreversible alteration of the organ. Liver overload causes a change in liver enzyme levels that can be measured in a blood test.