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      Pituitary tumour causing multiple endocrinopathies in a dog.

      Australian veterinary journal
      Adenoma, Chromophobe, diagnosis, radiography, veterinary, Adrenocortical Hyperfunction, etiology, Animals, Diabetes Insipidus, Dog Diseases, Dogs, Hypothyroidism, Male, Pituitary Neoplasms

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          A 9-year-old male Boxer with signs of lethargy, weight gain, polyuria, polydipsia, eosinopaenia and lymphopaenia was diagnosed as having hyperadrenocorticism. Concurrent central diabetes insipidus was diagnosed using a water deprivation test and antidiuretic hormone response test. A contrast radiographic technique was used to outline a pituitary mass. A chromophobe adenoma and secondary hypothyroidism were found on post-mortem examination.

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          10.1111/j.1751-0813.1985.tb07260.x

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          Adenoma, Chromophobe,diagnosis,radiography,veterinary,Adrenocortical Hyperfunction,etiology,Animals,Diabetes Insipidus,Dog Diseases,Dogs,Hypothyroidism,Male,Pituitary Neoplasms

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