Hyperthyroidism is increasingly common among older cats

04/13/2012 | Daily News (Newburyport, Mass.), The

The incidence of hyperthyroidism, the most common endocrine disorder in elderly cats, is growing faster than the cat population is aging, and veterinarian Heidi Bassler explains some theories for the rise. Dr. Bassler also describes the symptoms of hyperthyroidism in cats, as well as how veterinarians diagnose and treat it.

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