Kallfelz F.A. and Erali R.P. Am J Vet Res, 1973. 34(11): p.1449-1451.
Mason R. and Wilkinson J.S. Aust Vet J, 1973. 49(1): p.44-9.
Joshua J.O. Vet Rec, 1971. 88(20): p.511-4.
Bustad L.K. and Fuller J.M. Lab Anim Care, 1970. 20(3): p.561-81.
Johnson K.H. and Osborne C.A. J Am Vet Med Assoc, 1970. 156(7): p.906-912. A papillary cystadenocarcinoma of the thyroid gland was encountered in a 20 year-old-spayed female Siamese cat. Attempts to treat the neoplasm by surgical extirpation were unsuccessful. The … Read More
Woods J.W., Wayt H.J. and Baker H.J. Proc Soc Exp Biol Med, 1966. 122(1): p.211-4. Diurnal cycles have been reported in various pituitary-target organ relationships. Evidence that the thyroid may be affected by such rhythms comes from the work of … Read More
Lucke V.M. J Small Anim Pract, 1964. 5(4): p.351-358. Abstract—The thyroid gland in seventy-five cats has been examined. Abnormalities are by no means uncommon and cases of adenomas, adenomatous goitre, colloid goitre, carcinoma and amyloidosis are described.
Knigge K.M. Anat Rec, 1961. 141: p.151-7. A program of study dealing with neural regulation of thyroid function is being carried out in our laboratory (Knigge and Bierman, ’58; Knigge, ’60a, ’60b, ’61; Florshe and Knigge, ’61). One aspect of … Read More
Meier H. and Clark S.T. Zentralblatt für Veterinärmedizin, 1958. 5(2): p.120-128. In Part I the gross- and histologic lesions in the thyroid of dogs and cats encounted at the Angell Memorial Hospital were reviewed. Patholic alterations were observed to occur … Read More
Holzworth J., Husted P. and Wind A. Cornell Vet, 1955. 45(4): p.487-96. On 15 Sep 1954 a 15-year-old castrated male tabby was admitted at the Angell Memorial Hospital in acute distress. It had been resting quietly shortly before, when it … Read More