Feline hypoadrenocorticism

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Feline hypoadrenocorticism is caused by deficient adrenocortical secretion of glucocorticoids, either alone or concurrent with reduced secretion of mineralocorticoids, and can be either naturally occurring or iatrogenic. This chapter focuses on aetiology and pathophysiology, clinical features, diagnosis and treatment.

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