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Dr. Mark E. Peterson's Journal Publications

Prieto JM, Carney PC, Miller ML, Rishniw M, Randolph JF, Farace G, Bilbrough GG, Yerramilli M, Peterson ME. Biological variation of symmetric dimethylarginine and other biochemical analytes in clinically healthy cats. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine 2018: submitted.


Prieto JM, Carney PC, Miller ML, Rishniw M, Randolph JF, Lamb SV, Place NJ, Peterson ME. Short-term biological variation of thyroid hormones in the serum of clinically healthy cat. Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery 2018: submitted.


Peterson ME, Rishniw M. Hyperthyroid cats commonly develop transient or persistent subclinical hypothyroidism after successful radioiodine treatment. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine 2018: submitted.


Peterson ME, Carothers , MA, Gamble DA, Rishniw M. Spontaneous primary hypothyroidism in 7 adult cats. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine 2018: in press.


Xifra Rubio P, Serrano Garcia, SI, Peterson ME. Feline hyperthyroidism: Diagnosis and evolution of disease through scintigraphy and treatment with radioiodine. Revista Científica Española de Medicina Interna de Pequeños Animales 2018;2:25-31.


Bargellini P, Orlandi R, Paloni C, Rubini G, Fonti P, Righi C, Peterson ME, Rishniw M, Boiti C. Contrast-enhanced ultrasound complements 2-dimensional ultrasonography in diagnosing gallbladder diseases in dogs. Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound 2018; 59:345-356.


Peterson ME, Bilbrough GE, Rishniw M, Cote KB. Comparison of in-clinic point-of-care and reference laboratory total thyroxine immunoassays for diagnosis and post-treatment monitoring of hyperthyroid cats. Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery 2018; 20:319-324.


Peterson ME, Varela FV, Rishniw M, Polzin DJ. Evaluation of serum symmetric dimethylarginine (SDMA) concentration as a marker for masked chronic kidney disease in cats with hyperthyroidism. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine 2018: 32:295-304.


Peterson ME, Nichols R, Rishniw M. Serum thyroxine and thyroid-stimulating hormone concentration in hyperthyroid cats that develop azotaemia after radioiodine treatment. Journal of Small Animal Practice; 2017; 58:519-530.


Lucy JM, Peterson ME, Randolph JF, et al. Efficacy of low-dose (2 millicurie) versus standard-dose (4 millicurie) radioiodine treatment for cats with mild-to-moderate hyperthyroidism. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine 2017;31:326-334.


Peterson ME, Castellano CA, Rishniw M. Evaluation of body weight, body condition and muscle condition in cats with hyperthyroidism. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine 2016; 30:1780-1789.


Bargellini P, Orlandi R, Paloni C, Rubini G, Fonti P, Peterson ME, Rishniw M, Boiti C. Evaluation of contrast-enhanced ultrasonography as a method for detecting gallbladder necrosis or rupture in dogs. Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound 2016; 57:611-620.


Peterson ME: Thyroid Storm: Does this syndrome really exist in cats? Letter to Editor. Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery 2016; 18:936-938.


Peterson ME, Guterl J, Broome MR, Rishniw M. Evaluation of quantitative thyroid scintigraphy for diagnosis and staging of disease severity in cats with hyperthyroidism: comparison of the percent thyroidal uptake of pertechnetate to the thyroid-to-salivary ratio and thyroid-to-background ratios. Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound 2016; 57: 427-440.


Bargellini P, Orlandi R, Dentini A, Paloni C, Rubini G, Fonti P, Diana A, Peterson ME, Boiti C. Differentiation of adrenal mass lesions in dogs by contrast-enhanced ultrasound. American Animal Hospital Association 2016; 52:132-43.


Peterson ME, Broome MR, Rishniw M. Prevalence and degree of thyroid pathology in hyperthyroid cats increases with disease duration: A cross-sectional analysis of 2096 cats referred for radioiodine therapy. Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery 2015; 18:92-103. doi: 10.1177/1098612X15572416.


Peterson ME, Guterl J, Nichols R, Rishniw M. Evaluation of serum thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) concentration as a diagnostic test for hyperthyroidism in cats. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine 2015; 29:1327-1334.


Peterson ME. Primary goitrous hypothyroidism in a young adult domestic longhair cat: diagnosis and treatment monitoring. Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery Open Reports 2015; 1.


Sparkes A, Cannon M, Church D, Harvey A, Hoenig M, Peterson ME, Reusch CE, Rosenburg D Taylor S. ISFM consensus guidelines on the practical management of diabetes mellitus in cats. Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery 2015;17:235-250.


Broome MR, Peterson ME, Kemppainen RJ, Parker VJ, Richter KP. Exogenous thyrotoxicosis in dogs attributable to consumption of all-meat commercial dog food or treats containing excessive thyroid hormone: 14 cases (2008-2013). Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 2015; 246:105-111.


Peterson ME, Broome MR. Thyroid scintigraphy findings in 2,096 cats with hyperthyroidism. Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound 2015; 56: 84–95.


Peterson, ME. Feline hyperthyroidism: an animal model for toxic nodular goiter. Journal of Endocrinology 2014;223:T97-T114.


Broome MR, Peterson ME, Walker JR. Clinical features and treatment outcomes of 41 dogs with sublingual ectopic thyroid neoplasia. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine; 2014;28:1560-1568.


Peterson ME, Eirmann L. Dietary management of feline endocrine disease. Veterinary Clinics of North American: Small Animal Practice 2014; 44: 775-788.


Peterson ME: Diagnostic testing for hyperthyroidism in cats: more than just T4. Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery 2013; 15: 765-77.


Peterson ME. Diagnostic testing for feline thyroid disease: hyperthyroidism. Compendium 2013;35:E1-6.


Peterson ME. Diagnostic testing for feline thyroid disease: hypothyroidism. Compendium 2013;35:E1-6.


Peterson, ME. Nutritional management of endocrine diseases in cats. Canadian Vet 2013; 8:20.


Bargellini P, Orlandi R, Paloni C, Rubini G, Fonti P, Peterson ME, Boiti C. Contrast-enhanced ultrasonographic characteristics of adrenal glands in dogs with pituitary-dependent hyperadrenocorticism. Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound 2013; 54:283-292.


Peterson ME: Watch out for Addison’s disease. Dog Fancy Magazine October, 2012.


Peterson ME: Hyperthyroidism in cats: What’s causing this epidemic of thyroid disease and can we prevent it? Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery 2012; 14:804-818.


Fischetti A, Gisselman K, Peterson ME: CT and MRI evaluation of skull bones and soft tissues in six cats with presumed acromegaly versus 12 unaffected catsVeterinary Radiology & Ultrasound 2012; 53:535-539.


Peterson ME. Nutritional Management of Feline Hyperthyroidism: What’s the Best Diet to Feed these Cats? The New York City Veterinarian: VMA of NYC Newsletter. September 2011, Vol. 53, No. 3; 19-25.


Klein SC, Peterson ME: Canine hypoadrenocorticism: Part II. Canadian Veterinary Journal J 51: 163-169, 2010


Klein SC, Peterson ME: Canine hypoadrenocorticism: Part I. Canadian Veterinary Journal 51: 63-69, 2010


Jeusette I, Greco D, Aquino F, Detilleux J, Peterson M, Romano V, Torre C. Effect of breed on body composition and comparison between various methods to estimate body composition in dogs. Research in Veterinary Science 2010; 88(2):227-32.


Ferguson DC, Hoenig M, Kaptein EM, Peterson ME: Subclinical Hyperthyroidism in Cats: A Spontaneous Model of Subclinical Toxic Nodular Goiter in Humans (Letter to Editor). Thyroid 18: 1-2, 2008


Peterson ME: Acromegaly in cats: Are we only diagnosing the tip of the iceberg? Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine 21: 889-891, 2007


Zerrenner D, Peterson ME, Crawford MA: The evolution of insulin therapy in dogs and cats Compendium on Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian 29:522-536, 2007


Peterson ME, Ward C.: Etiopathogenesis of hyperthyroidism in cats. Veterinary Clinics of North America: Small Animal Practice 37: 633-645, 2007


Peterson ME: Diagnosis of hyperadrenocorticism in dogs. Clinical Techniques in Small Animal Practice 22: 2-11, 2007


Peterson ME: Radioiodine treatment for hyperthyroidism. Clinical Techniques in Small Animal Practice 21:34-39, 2006


Peterson ME: Diagnostic tests for hyperthyroidism. Clinical Techniques in Small Animal Practice 21:2-9, 2006


Peterson ME: Forward (Feline Thyroid Disorders). Clinical Techniques in Small Animal Practice 21:1, 2006


Bennett N, Greco DC, Peterson ME, Kirk, C, Mathes M, Fettman MJ: Comparison of a low carbohydrate-low fiber diet and a moderate carbohydrate-high fiber diet in the management of feline diabetes mellitus. Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery 8: 73-84, 2005

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