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Amy Breton
The Veterinary Nurse, Vol. 4, Iss. 8, 28 Oct 2013, pp 462 - 468

Hypoadrenocorticism is often called the great pretender because it usually presents with nondescript signs and symptoms. The patients that present in a crisis require extensive nursing care and offer many unique nursing challenges. Understanding the pathophysiology of hypoadrenocorticism allows for better nursing care to be offered.

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