Webinar Plus: Feline Endocrinology
Royal Veterinary College
Date: Monday 6th March, 2023 - Sunday 2nd April, 2023
Start time: 9:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Feline diabetes mellitus update
Feline acromegaly – update on presentation, diagnosis and treatment
Uncommon feline endocrinopathies (hyperadrenocorticism, hypoadrencorticism, hyperaldosteronism)
What to do when endocrinopathies clash with co-morbidities
About this course
One in three diabetic cats can be cured. Acromegaly can occur in non-diabetic cats. If you are curious about these statements, you will definitely learn a lot during this course on feline endocrinology!
In the past decade, significant advances have occurred in the field of feline endocrinology. Achieving diabetic remission is now, rightly or wrongly, heavily promoted, there is an additional option for the treatment of hyperthyroidism (but which option is best?) and acromegaly is now recognised as a severely underdiagnosed endocrinopathy in diabetic cats, as well as non-diabetic cats. In summary – lots to discuss!
Why do this course?
You will feel much more confident about managing your feline cases with hormonal disease.
The webinars for this course will be pre-recorded and can be viewed as recorded versions throughout the course. A live Q&A session with the tutor will run on the following dates at 1pm London time.
Live Q&A dates:
Thursday 9th March
Thursday 16th March
Thursday 23rd March
Thursday 30th March
Who is it for?
Yaiza Forcada, DVM DipECVIM-CA PhD PGCertVetEd FHEA MRCVSRCVS Recognised Specialist and EBVS European Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine, Founder and Director of Veterinary Specialist Consultatons, AmsterdamStijn Niessen, DVM PhD DipECVIM-CA PGCertVetEd FHEA MRCVS, European and RCVSRCVS Recognised Specialist and EBVS European Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine, Founder and Director of Veterinary Specialist Consultations, AmsterdamHonorary Professor Internal Medicine, The Royal Veterinary College
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