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Canine and Feline Endocrinology and Reproduction
The Pituitary Gland: Water Metabolism and Diabetes Insipidus and Glucocorticoid Therapy. Expand
Textbook of veterinary internal medicine: Diseases of the dog and cat
I. CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS OF DISEASE Physical Examination Hyperthermia and Fever of Unknown Origin Hypothermia Pain Identification Pain Management Syncope Weakness A. SKIN AND SUBCUTANEOUS The SkinExpand
Pheochromocytoma in dogs: 61 cases (1984-1995).
Clinical, laboratory, imaging, and pathologic findings were in agreement with previous studies, indicating that pheochromocytomas affect middle-aged to older dogs with no apparent gender or breed predilection. Expand
Response to insulin treatment and survival in 104 cats with diabetes mellitus (1985-1995).
Diabetic cats evaluated in this study showed a variable response to exogenously administered insulin, ranging from excellent to poor, by maintaining mean blood glucose concentrations under 300 mg/dL, clinical signs were improved, and owners were satisfied with insulin treatment. Expand
Ultrasonographic evaluation of the adrenal glands in dogs.
OBJECTIVE To determine normal adrenal gland size by means of ultrasonography in dogs and to determine the value of ultrasonography in the diagnosis of pituitary-dependent hyperadrenocorticism (PDH)Expand
Glucose tolerance and insulin response in normal-weight and obese cats.
The impaired glucose tolerance and altered insulin response to glucose infusion in the obese cats was believed to be attributable to deleterious effects of obesity on insulin action and beta-cell responsiveness to stimuli (ie, glucose). Expand
Surgical management of adrenal gland tumors with and without associated tumor thrombi in dogs: 40 cases (1994-2001).
Caval thrombi associated with adrenal gland tumors are amenable to adrenalectomy and thrombectomy without significantly increased perioperative morbidity and mortality rates, assuming the surgeon is experienced in appropriate techniques. Expand
Relation of fructosamine to serum protein, albumin, and glucose concentrations in healthy and diabetic dogs.
It is concluded that although fructosamine may be a potentially useful guide to assess the average blood glucose concentration over the preceding few days in dogs, further study is required to establish its value as a guide to glucose control in diabetic dogs. Expand
Systemic arterial blood pressure and urine protein/creatinine ratio in dogs with hyperadrenocorticism.
Results suggest that systemic hypertension and proteinuria are common in dogs with untreatedhyperadrenocorticism and that successful treatment of hyperadrenOCorticism will result in resolution of these abnormalities in many, but not all, dogs. Expand