犬の医原性および自然発生クッシング症候群における臨床徴候の比較  [in Japanese] Comparison of Clinical Features between Latrogenic and Spontaneous Cushing's Syndrome in Dogs  [in Japanese]

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Abstract

皮膚科を受診したクッシング症候群の犬40例を対象とし医原性クッシング症候群(以下医原性)21例と自然発生クッシング症候群(以下自然発生)19例の臨床像を比較検討した。クッシング症候群の臨床徴候として多飲多尿75%(医原性71.4%,自然発生78.9%)と脱毛62.5%(医原性61.9%,自然発生63.2%)が最も頻発する症状であることが明らかにされた。他の臨床徴候としは全身症状,皮疹ともに自然発生で高率に認められる傾向があった。<br>

General and cutaneous signs of 40 dogs with Cushing's syndrome including 21 iatrogenic and 19 spontaneous cases were investigated. The most common findings were polyuria and polydipsia in 30 dogs (75.0%) consisted of 15 iatrogenic (71.4%) and 15 spontaneous (78.9%) cases, and alopecia in 25 dogs (62.5%) including 13 iatrogenic (61.9%) and 12 spontaneous (63.2%) cases. Prevalence rate of the other clinical features such as polyphagia, abdominal enlargement, panting, muscular atrophy, prominent vasculature, calcinosis cutis and thin skin were characteristically high in spontaneous Cushing's syndrome as compared to iatrogenic Cushing's syndrome.<br>

Journal

  • The Japanese Journal of Veterinary Dermatology

    The Japanese Journal of Veterinary Dermatology 8(4), 87-92, 2002

    Japanese Society of Veterinary Dermatology

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    130004494342
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • ISSN
    1347-6416
  • Data Source
    J-STAGE 
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