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Ultrasonographic findings in dogs diagnosed with hyperadrenocorticism - retrospective study (2013 to 2020)
Acta Veterinaria Brasilica
Hyperadrenocorticism is a relatively common endocrinopathy in middle-aged and older dogs, which has become increasingly frequent in the clinical routine. The diagnosis is made by information obtained by history, physical exam findings and results of screening and specific endocrine tests. In addition to laboratory tests, imaging diagnosis, such as ultrasound, can aid on evaluation of possible changes in these cases; also, they may reveal the possible involvement of other organs and systems. Thedoi:10.21708/avb.2022.16.1.10405 doaj:97e83c7142a24cafa0a2fa2c2955db35 fatcat:sx76dm2hcbbf5e3e5nljuhir5m