Veterinarian training courses library : Dog / Endocrinology
Dr. Guillaume RUIZVideo time : 28 min + MCQDipl. ECVIM-CAInternal medicine Endocrinology
Dr. Samantha TAYLORVideo time : 27 min + MCQDipl. ECVIM-CAInternal medicine Endocrinology
- Knowing how to perform neonatal resuscitation
- Knowing how to identify the individuals most at risk of neonatal mortality
- Knowing how to perform a clinical and neurological examination of the newborn
- Know how to perform emergency first aid
Dr. Guillaume RUIZVideo time : 29 min + MCQDipl. ECVIM-CAInternal medicine Endocrinology
- Explain the effect of hyperthyroidism on the kidney
- Discuss the negative effects of remaining hyperthyroid on progression of CKD
- Explain the importance of iatrogenic hypothyroidism and the effect on azotaemia and survival
- Be familiar with the recent classification of systemic hypertension
- Be able to detect the clinical signs associated with systemic hypertension
- Remember the main causes of systemic hypertension in dogs and cats
- Know how to treat and monitor the clinical response
- Hypoadrenocorticism or Addison's disease is a rare endocrine disease in dogs but lethal if not diagnosed early. However, it has a very good long-term prognosis once stabilization has been achieved.
- What types of hypoadrenocorticism?
- When to suspect Addison's disease in the dog?
- What diagnostic means?
- News on treatments
- Hypothyroidism in dogs is an endocrine pathology inducing a wide variety of symptoms. Its diagnosis can be difficult in the presence of another disease.
- When to suspect hypothyroidism ?
- Diagnosis and "euthyroid sick syndrome"
- Treatment and follow-up
- Laryngeal paralysis: a manifestation of hypothyroidism
- Cushing's disease in dogs remains an endocrine pathology with sometimes laborious diagnosis and expensive treatment. It is associated with undesirable effects that can be harmful or even fatal in the medium term.
- When to suspect Cushing's disease?
- Which diagnostic tests? What is the origin (Pituitary? Adrenal?)?
- What treatments for what cause?
- Is it always necessary to treat?