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The Highs & Lows of Canine Adrenal Disease: An Update on Cushing’s & Addiso...

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The Village Hotel Club Farnborough

Pinehurst Road

Farnborough

GU14 7BF

United Kingdom

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Canine hypoadrenocorticism (Addison’s) can be a difficult diagnosis to make,
with clinical findings that can be vague, non-specific and wax and wane. Hyperadrenocorticism (Cushing’s) is a common canine endocrinopathy with dogs frequently presenting with polydipsia, polyuria, polyphagia and “pot-belly”. However, many dogs do not have all of the classic clinical signs and, in these cases, the diagnosis can be more challenging.

This evening CPD event will focus on the diagnosis and treatment of both Addison’s and Cushing’s using an interactive, case based format, and will provide hints and tips on the successful use of both Zycortal and Vetoryl.

Speaker: Geoff Duncan BVSc MRCVS


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7.45pm Registration
8.00pm Presentation by Geoff Duncan BVSc MRCVS
11.00pm Questions and Close

This event will entitle you to 2 hours CPD

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The Village Hotel Club Farnborough

Pinehurst Road

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