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Section 1 – Diabetes Mellitus in Cats and Dogs
Section 2 – Hyperadrenocorticism
Hyperadrenocorticism, commonly known as Cushing’s disease, is a common endocrinopathy that can be challenging to both diagnose and manage. Using a case example, learners will review clinical signs of the disease, available diagnostic tests, and a logical approach to treatment.
Section 3 – Hypoadrenocorticism
Hypoadrenocorticism, also known as Addison’s disease and as the Great Pretender, is an under-recognized hormone disorder. With variable clinical signs, it often goes unnoticed during the initial diagnostic. Using a real-life case example, learners will discover how to recognize, diagnose, and manage this disease.
Section 4 – Hypercalcemia in Cats and Dogs
Hypercalcemia is a commonly encountered biochemical derangement in cats and dogs. Learners will discover differential diagnosis for this illness, as well as strategies for diagnosing and managing hyperparathyroidism.