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Canine hypothyroidism.
  • C. B. Chastain
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the American Veterinary Medical…
  • 1982
Features This endocrinopathy is most often associated with primary thyroid dysfunction caused by lymphocytic thyroiditis or idiopathic thyroid atrophy. It is common in dogs, with highest incidence inExpand
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Congenital hypothyroidism in a dog due to an iodide organification defect.
A 10-month-old dwarfed male pup born of large-breed parents with normal stature had congenital goiter. Hypothyroidism due to failure to form organic iodine was diagnosed based on low serum thyroxineExpand
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Intensive care of dogs and cats with diabetic ketoacidosis.
  • C. B. Chastain
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the American Veterinary Medical…
  • 1981
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Xanthomatosis secondary to diabetes mellitus in a dog.
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Clinical endocrinology of companion animals
Description: Clinical Endocrinology of Companion Animals offers fast access to clinically relevant information on managing the patient with endocrine disease. Written by leading experts in veterinaryExpand
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Congenital hypotrichosis in male basset hound littermates.
Four Basset Hound littermates, each 4 weeks old, with predominantly mahogany coats, had congenital focal alopecia especially affecting the head and dorsal pelvic region. Two predominantlyExpand
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Dermatophilosis in two dogs.
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Benign cutaneous mastocytomas in two litters of Siamese kittens.
Histiocytic-like cutaneous mast cell tumors were found in related Siamese cats less than 6 months old. The 2- to 5-mm diameter tumors developed only on the head and regressed within 4 months ofExpand
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Low-dose intramuscular insulin therapy for diabetic ketoacidosis in dogs.
Seven dogs with diabetic ketoacidosis were treated initially with lactated Ringer's solution or 0.45% NaCl solution subcutaneously or intravenously and low doses of regular (crystalline) insulinExpand
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