About Cat Endocrine Medications
Drug therapy for the endocrine system is implemented to replace a hormone deficiency or to prevent or reduce the formation or effects of excess hormone. Treatment of endocrine disorders covers diseases of the pituitary, adrenal, parathyroid, and thyroid glands as well as the endocrine pancreas.
Some medications include therapy with trilostane for treatment of hyperadrenocorticism.
The use of Insulin glargine, protamine zinc insulin (PZI), and porcine Lente insulin for diabetes mellitus.
In addition, transdermal methimazole therapy for treatment of feline hyperthyroidism and administration of progestins for pituitary dwarfism are other treatment options.
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