A full house at VSSCo last Thursday evening for Sue Randell’s talk on ‘Getting the Most Out of Your Blood Test Results in Dogs and Cats with Endocrine Disease.’
Diagnosing endocrine disease is seldom as easy as simply running an ACTH stimulation, T4/TSH level or a fructosamine level. Diagnosis requires astute interpretation of these results in the context of the clinical history, physical exam and minimum data base changes. There are many clues to be found in the minimum data base. Sue discussed some useful tips about what changes to look for, what these changes mean and when to worry about them.
Click here to view Sues’s notes from this talk – Biochemistry Changes in in Small Animals with Endocrine
Date of next meeting: 7th April—Stick injuries by Aidan McAlinden. Don’t forget to register early as these meetings have limited spaces and places are allocated on a first come basis, if demand exceeds venue capacity we may move talk to a larger venue a few miles from VSSCo to ensure everyone gets hear this popular speaker!
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