Hyperadrenocorticism is a common and complex clinical condition in the pet ferret.
The pediatric avian patient can present with a wide variety of clinical conditions, many of which are specific to this age group.
The ferret patient will often present in an emergency setting with acute presentation of either an acute or chronic disorder.
Nutrition is the process by which birds and all other animals consume food items and utilize it in the body for growth, tissue replacement or repair and the continuance of life.
Neoplastic disease is a common clinical entity in exotic small mammals (rabbits, ferrets, rodents). Affected patients can exhibit a wide variety of clinical conditions.
Gastrointestinal diseases and disorders are common in avian patients. This presentation will give an overview of anatomy and clinical presentations of gastrointestinal (GI) disease in birds.
The cloaca is a complex structure in the avian patient. Its primary function is the retention and expulsion of intestinal, reproductive, and urinary products.
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