Hi, all! Just got off the phone with the vet -- he got a fax from UTenn with test results. All of the hormones tested (estradiol, progesterone, 17-hydroxyprogesterone, androstenedione, aldosterone and cortisol) were very significantly above normal leading to a diagnosis of atypical Cushings (which basically means it is Cushings but other hormones in addition to cortisol are elevated). My vet will consult with Maggie's internist tomorrow to decide if we will start treatment with melatonin implants or go straight to Lysodren (which is basically a chemotherapy drug). Maggie will have another full blood panel early next week to get a baseline before treatment. Not sure if we'll be doing another ultrasound now or not. I did ask the vet why Maggie would eat a little bit if I spoon feed her but walks away from the same food in her bowl. He said he sees this often with dogs who are not well -- he wonders if it isn't the human connection they crave. I'll keep you updated -- keep up the prayers!