A Practical Approach to the Management of Endocrine Disease in Small Animals

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This one-day course will cover the clinical approach and treatment of all the common, and some of the less common, endocrinopathies that are recognised in small animals. Emphasis will be placed on accurate diagnosis, successful treatment and safe monitoring of patients suffering from and endocrine disorder.

Knowing whether or not an endocrine disorder is responsible for an animal’s clinical signs is not always as straightforward as recognising PUPD, or bilateral symmetrical alopecia. The signs of an endocrine disease or the signs of an animal under treatment becoming unstable can often be completely overlooked until a crisis point is reached. This course will provide information to prevent such situations arising


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09 Oct 2019 School of Veterinary Medicine and Science Book now

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