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Cutaneous markers of canine hyperadrenocortism



Cutaneous markers of canine hyperadrenocortism



Compendium on Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian 11(4): 446...464



This paper reports the clinical and laboratory findings in 60 dogs which had hyperadrenocortism. In every case, the dog was presented initially because of skin lesions, which included alopecia, hyperpigmentation, thin hypotonic skin, calcinosis, demodicosis and secondary bacterial or fungal infections. The age of the dogs ranged from 3 to 14 years. The blood chemistry and haematological findings are reported in detail.

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