It can be intimidating in a complex case such as Boca's to try a new drug and treatment protocol for the first time.
This case illustrates the need to evaluate the patient history and results of routine blood tests to help identify hyperadrenocorticism as a possible differential diagnosis.
Drs. Wakayama and Bruyette offer a look at treatment options and considerations for feline acromegaly.
Drs. Wakayama and Bruyette offer a look at which diagnostic tests are most beneficial in detecting this often underdiagnosed condition.
The use of properly dosed VETORYL Capsules is strongly recommended rather than compounded trilostane to ensure maximal efficacy and safety during medical management of hyperadrenocorticism.
See what veterinary endocrinologist Dr. David Bruyette recommends as the go-to insulin to treat diabetes mellitus in dogs.
An underestimated financial benefit exists for any practice that produces satisfied clients who have pets with well-controlled diseases that live longer lives.
This information about survival times and prognostic factors can provide valuable information for clinicians to better educate owners about treatment expectations and outcomes.
Dr. David Bruyette makes his recommendation on treating this endocrine disease in dogs.