by Edward C. Feldman, Federico Fracassi, Mark E. Peterson, April 2019, FileType: PDF
This book Feline Endocrinology is unique, developed by the main worldwide experts in this issue. It is an extremely valuable tool for any veterinary practitioner willing to deepen into physiopathology, clinical signs, diagnosis, treatment and prognosis of feline endocrine diseases, with an approach and contents never published so far. The most common endocrine conditions in cats are deeply discussed and addressed: hyperthyroidism, type-II diabetes mellitus, and growth hormone excess.
The most common endocrine disorders of dogs are hypothyroidism, type-I (insulin-dependent) diabetes mellitus, and hypoadrenocorticism. These are among the least common endocrine conditions in cats. The most common endocrine conditions in cats are rare in dogs: hyperthyroidism, type-II (non-insulin de pendent) diabetes mellitus, and growth hormone excess (acromegaly). Despite these discrepancies, authors often use dogs as models for similar conditions in cats. These veterinarians are searching for correct, up-to-date, cost-effective, logical, and practical information on cats.
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The most common endocrine conditions in cats are rare in dogs: hyperthyroidism, type-II (non-insulin-dependent) diabetes mellitus, and growth hormone excess (acromegaly).
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- Publisher : Editorial Edra; 1st edition (April 1, 2019)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 704 pages
- ISBN-10 : 8821448371
- ISBN-13 : 978-8821448379
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