Nakashima T, Taurog A. Clin Endocrinol (Oxf) 1979;10:637-648. Carbimazole (CBZ) is one of the major drugs currently used for the treatment of Graves’ disease. It is a carbethoxy derivative of methimazole (MMI), originally developed in the hope of obtaining a … Read More
Hullinger R. Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog. 2 ed, 1979;602-629.
Patnaik AK, Lieberman PH, Erlandson RA, et al. Vet Pathol 1978;15:590-599. An 8-year-old male Irish Terrior dog and a male St. Bernard dog each had a thyroid medullary carcinoma. The first dog was hypocalcemic before removal and with recurrence of … Read More
Zarrin K. Vet Pathol 1977;14:556-566. Seven cases of parafollicular cell carcinoma in dogs were seen. The diagnosis was based on histological and ultrastructural similarities between neoplastic and normal parafollicular cells. Amyloid was not detected in any of the neoplasms by … Read More
Dijkshoorn NA, Rijnberk A. Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound 1977;18:147-152.
Meyer DJ. Vet Clin North Am 1977;7:433-441.
Leav I, Schiller AL, Rijnberk A, et al. Am J Pathol 1976;83:61-122. NEOPLASMIS OF THE HUMNAN- THYROID are a well-studied clinical and pathologic entity. Numerous publications have dealt with their histologic classification and biology. Comparable data concerning thyroid neoplasms in … Read More
Hayes HM, Jr., Fraumeni JF, Jr. J Natl Cancer Inst 1975;55:931-934. A retrospective study of medical records from twelve veterinary university hospitals-clinics yielded 144 dogs with a confirmed diagnosis of a thyroid neoplasm (25 adenomas and 119 carcinomas). Forty-five of … Read More
Kirk GR, Breazile JE, Kenny AD. Am J Vet Res 1974;35:407-408.
Mason R, Wilkinson JS. Aust Vet J 1973;49:44-49. Diseases of the thyroid have been known for many thousands of years, having been recorded by the Ancient Chinese, and epidemic goitre still affects an estimated 200 million people. Most of the notorious … Read More