H Kittner

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BACKGROUND The prevalence of concurrent disease in hyperthyroid cats is unknown. OBJECTIVES To identify the prevalence of concurrent intra-abdominal disease using abdominal ultrasound examination (AUS) in hyperthyroid cats referred for radioactive iodine treatment (RIT) and to determine whether the requirement for pretreatment AUS is justified. ANIMALS(More)
The combined surgico-radiological treatment of the carcinoma of the urinary bladder has clearly improved the results of treatment. The local number of recidivations after this therapy is, however, still very high and in the own number of patients is about 50%. Most recidivations appear briefly (1 to 2 years) after the end of the radiological treatment and(More)
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