Advances in our understanding of feline hyperthyroidism

Caney, Sarah M. A.
September 2012
Veterinary Ireland Journal;Sep2012, Vol. 2 Issue 9, p450
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the advancement in research related to the diagnosis and treatment of the endocrine disease feline hyperthyroidism of cats. It reports that Thyroid hormone supplementation has been recommended by animal specialists to treat the iatrogenic hypothyroidism. It reports that cats suffering from hyperthyroidism are prone to bacterial lower urinary tract infections (UTIs). It also presents a quiz related to hyperthyroidism in cats is presented. INSET: Reader Questions and Answers.


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