Feline hyperadrenocorticism

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Hyperadrenocorticism in cats is the constellation of clinical signs resulting from chronic glucocorticoid excess. The chapter looks at clinical features, diagnosis, treatment and prognosis.

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17.2 Cat with hyperadrenocorticism caused by aunilateral adrenal adenoma. Note the unkempt hair coat, chronic eye infection and open non-healingwound on the ventral abdomen. The non-healing wound issecondary to severe thinning of the skin.
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