Ricardo S Siqueira

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CASE SUMMARY A 14-year-old Siamese neutered male cat was evaluated for anorexia and a left periorbital mass. Skull radiographic findings showed a well-defined lesion resembling new compact bone formation without destruction. A subtotal orbitectomy was indicated. The tumor was removed intact with a normal tissue margin of at least 1 cm. There were no(More)
Background: Feline hyperthyroidism is the most common endocrine disorder in cats. Cats may not reach the disease control and/or have side effects with medical therapy. Thyroidectomy is a definitive treatment and the only option when radioactive iodine is not available. Extracapsular thyroidectomy with transplantation of the external parathyroid gland is the(More)
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