Feline hyperthyroidism. Part Two: Treatment

@inproceedings{Druce2015FelineHP,
  title={Feline hyperthyroidism. Part Two: Treatment},
  author={Katie L. Druce},
  year={2015}
}
ABSTRACTFeline hyperthyroidism is considered the most common endocrinopathy in cats, with an estimated 10% of senior cats developing the disease. Accurate diagnosis is essential to allow for the most appropriate treatment to be implemented, thereby leading to a mutually beneficial outcome for owner, practitioner and patient. Treatment options include medical management, surgical intervention, dietary modification and radioactive iodine, yet the most suitable protocol can only be determined… CONTINUE READING

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