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GH-Producing Mammary Tumors in Two Dogs with AcromegalyAtsuko Murai, Naohito Nishii, Takehito Morita, and Masashi YukiThe Journal of Veterinary Medical Science 2012;74:771-774.Acromegaly is the clinical syndrome caused by growth hormone (GH) excess, and is characterized by overgrowth of the soft tissue, bone, and viscera (1). In humans and cats, acromegaly is commonly caused by pituitary adenomas producing GH (1-4), whereas the pathogenesis of the GH excess in dogs is completely different.In […]

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