Feline Endocrinology - The first complete manual

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Día: 16 julio
Hora: 21:00 CET
Experto: Prof. EDWARD C. FELDMAN, Prof. FEDERICO FRACASSI, Prof. MARK E. PETERSON

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The most common endocrine disorders of dogs are hypothyroidism, type-I (insulin-dependent) diabetes mellitus, and hyperadrenocorticism. These are among the least common endocrine conditions in cats. The most common endocrine conditions in cats are rare in dogs: hyperthyroidism, type-II (non-insulin de pendent) diabetes mellitus, and growth hormone excess (acromegaly). Despite these discrepancies, authors often use dogs as models for similar conditions in cats. These veterinarians are searching for correct, up-to-date, cost-effective, logical, and practical information on cats.


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Edward C. Feldman, DVM

DACVIM (Small Animal Internal Medicine)

Emeritus Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine

University of California, Davis

Davis, California

USA

Federico Fracassi, DVM

DECVIM-CA (Internal Medicine)

Associate Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine

Department of Veterinary Medical Sciences

University of Bologna

Italy

Mark E. Peterson, DVM

DACVIM (Small Animal Internal Medicine)

Animal Endocrine Clinic

New York, NY

Adjunct Professor of Medicine

Department of Clinical Sciences

Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine

Ithaca, NY

USA

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Feline Endocrinology - The first complete manual

Feline Endocrinology - The first complete manual

Live Webinar
Día: 16 julio
Hora: 21:00 CET
Experto: Prof. EDWARD C. FELDMAN, Prof. FEDERICO FRACASSI, Prof. MARK E. PETERSON

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