Diagnosis and management of feline hyperthyroidism: current perspectives
Heather H Vaske, Thomas Schermerhorn, Laura Armbrust, Gregory F Grauer
Department of Clinical Sciences, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, USA
Abstract: Previous and ongoing research has provided insights to the pathophysiology and diagnosis of hyperthyroidism as well as new treatment modalities. This paper reviews the etiology, clinical presentation, and clinicopathologic changes associated with hyperthyroidism, and provides a thorough explanation of confirmatory testing and treatment options.
Keywords: feline hyperthyroidism, diagnosis, management
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