Addison’s disease, or hypoadrenocorticism, is a life-threatening endocrine disease which occurs in dogs. Why does it occur and what are the clinical signs of the disease? How do the results of routine laboratory testing prompt more specific tests, and what do these tests mean? What are the recommended treatments for dogs with Addison’s disease, both in the acute and chronic stage? These, and other questions, will be answered in this 60 minute eCPD tutorial.
Nick Bexfield BVetMed, PhD, DSAM, DipECVIM(CA), FSBiol, MRCVS
This tutorial is worth 60 minutes of CPD.
Course notes to accompany this tutorial are included.