From: "Karen McCabe"
Date: 2009-04-06 23:28:54 UTC
Subject: [ferrethealth] Re: Has anyone ever encountered ectopic PANCREATIC tissue? ointment Q
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Sukie Crandall" <sukie@...> wrote:
> The reason for the fur loss is well known. Lupron at first causes a spike
> of LH.
I understand this. However, I have only seen hair loss, and continuance of other symptoms, in mine when malignancy, either of the adrenal glands or elsewhere in the body, have been present. I have never seen hair loss following lupron in ferrets without malignancies. Doesn't mean it couldn't happen, but I have yet to see it.
> She just happens to very much over-do those Lupron caused spikes --
> over respond to it in that regard, as it were.
Or, perhaps, there is a malignancy that has been overlooked. Without proper biopsy of the adrenal gland, or the string of enlarged nodes (which could indicate lymphoma, which would also cause lupron to be less effective), you really can't be certain.
I understand you're looking for anomalies but the standard should not be dismissed without proper testing.
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