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Hyperparathyroidism is an endocrine disorder characterised by an excessive synthesis and secretion of parathyroid hormone (PTH) by the chief cells of the parathyroid glands. The disease can be primary or secondary. In primary hyperparathyroidism (PHPTH), the hypersecretion of PTH is caused by an adenoma or, more rarely, by a carcinoma of the parathyroid chief cells. In the primary form, the...
Domestication is a human-controlled evolutionary process which has been the cause of genetic, morphological and behavioural modifications necessary for the adaptation process to the human environment. Wolves and dogs have major phylogenetic as well as behavioural differences, to the extent that they can be considered as two distinct species. Recent studies have shown that adult dogs have specific...
SYNONYMS Synonyms for feline odontoclastic resorptive lesions (FORL) include neck lesions, cervical line lesions, subgingival resorptive lesions, dental resorptive lesions of the cat, external osteoclastic resorptive lesions, idiopathic buccocervical erosions, odontoclastic resorptive lesions, etc.   AETIOPATHOGENESIS The aetiology of FORL is unclear. The various hypotheses include: A local...
Among the many congenital abnormalities found in the dog and cat, cleft lip, cleft palate or the concomitant presence of both of these malformations are among the most common; however, no precise data on their incidence in these species is available. In the dog, the reported frequency varies from 1/1000 to around 27%; in the cat, no official publication on the subject is available. Although...
Numerous neoplasms may affect the bone tissue of dogs and cats. Bone tumours are classified as: primary (malignant or benign), when the tumour originates, in primis, from bone tissue   secondary, in the case of: metastatic dissemination to the bone, caused by neoplasms located elsewhere or by primary bone tumours;                                                                          ...
Feline mammary hyperplasia (also called fibroadenomatous hyperplasia,  mammary hypertrophy, mammary dysplasia, mammary fibroadenomatosis, fibroadenoma complex, fibroepithelial hyperplasia, fibroglandular mammary hypertrophy and feline mammary hypertrophy/fibroadenoma complex) was described for the first time in 1973 as a condition characterized by a benign fibroglandular proliferation of one or...
The term meningitis is used to define an inflammation of the meninges. The terms encephalitis and myelitis instead define, respectively, an inflammation of the encephalon and of the spinal cord. Given their specific pathogenetic mechanisms, inflammatory forms of the Central Nervous System (CNS) often involve more than one region, earning the name of meningoencephalitis or meningoencephalomyelitis...

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