publication . Article . 2012

UPDATE IN DOMESTIC CAT THYROID GLAND FUNCTIONING SECOND PART: FELINE HYPERTHYROIDISM

Osorio, José Henry; Matheus, Stefania;
Open Access Spanish
  • Published: 01 Jun 2012
  • Publisher: Universidad de Caldas
Abstract
Objetivo. Actualizar conceptos sobre hipertiroidismo felino. Materiales y métodos. Se analizó la literatura disponible de los últimos 50 años en las bases de datos BBCS-LILACS, Fuente Académica, IB-PsycINFO, IB-SSCI, IB-SciELO, Scopus y Scirus, al igual que artículos históricos, textos y referencias citadas en trabajos públicos. Resultados. Se obtuvo información pertinente relacionada con los objetivos propuestos en la presente revisión, por lo cual puede clasificarse en 5 secciones a saber: etiología, fisiopatología, signos clínicos, diagnóstico y manejo Conclusión. El hipertiroidismo felino es una enfermedad debida a concentraciones circulantes excesivas de T4...
Subjects
free text keywords: hormonas, tiroides, gatos, hormones, thyroid, cats
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