Diagnosis of Nutritional Secondary Hyperparathyroidism in preliminary stage was studied by determination of serum profiles as first key for early diagnostic method. On the other hand compare between two treatment methods for osteoprothic cases has concerned in second part of survey. Treatment performed by drug consumption and changes in food regimes for two seperated groups. 50 osteoprotic and 50 normal 2-3 month old kittens were selected randomly. Radiographic exams were our landmark to selection of osteoprothic kittens. Serum calcium (Ca), parathormon(PTH), phosphorus(P) and serum alkaline phosphatase(AP) levels measured in all of them. Serum profiles have in osteoprothic and normal ittens were compared by student t-test and paired t-test. Comparative study showed significant decrease in serum P and increase in PTH in the first group (Osteoporotic kittens) (P<0.05). No significant changes have seen in serum Ca and AP in both groups.
Key words: osteoprosis, kitten, parathyroid, hyperparathyroidism, nutrition.