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Skin: thyroid-responsive alopecia

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Introduction

  • Rare.
  • Underlying cause may be iatrogenic, congenital or acquired hypothyroidism Hypothyroidism.
    Many cases of feline alopecia show improvement on thyroid supplementation. even though there is no demonstrable problem with thyroid function. Response to thyroid supplementation is NOT diagnostic for thyroid related disease.

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