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The physiological and pathological effects of oestrogens, androgens, and progesterones on the skin and diseases caused by these hormones are reviewed. Normal levels of oestradiol, testosterone and progesterone and normal dosage of hormonal drugs are listed.

Schmeitzel, L. P.; Lothrop, C. D.
Veterinary Medicine Report, 1990, 2, 1, pp 28-41

Dynamic adrenocortical and thyroid function tests were performed on normal-coated Pomeranians (n=12) and Pomeranians with growth hormone (GH)-responsive dermatosis (n=7). Both groups of Pomeranians had decreased GH responsiveness to xylazine and human GH-releasing factor, compared with values in...

Schmeitzel, L. P.; Lothrop, C. D., Jr.
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1990, 197, 10, pp 1333-1341