ypoadrenocorticism in Small Animals

  title={ypoadrenocorticism in Small Animals},
  author={eborah S. Greco},
  • eborah S. Greco
  • Published 2007
The diagnosis and treatment of hypoadrenocorticism can be one of the greatest challenges faced by veterinary practitioners, as Addison’s disease may have many faces and many presentations. Although the disease is most often diagnosed in dogs, cats may also suffer from Addison’s disease. The practitioner must have a high index of suspicion to make a diagnosis of hypoadrenocorticism. This index of suspicion is based on knowledge of the common signalment, history, physical examination, and… CONTINUE READING