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70 min
Expert Talk

Hypoadrenocorticism: Pinning Down the Diagnosis

About this session

In this lecture, Dr. Audrey Cook covers the pathophysiology, manifestations and diagnosis of canine hypoadrenocorticism. She’ll discuss when to suspect "the great pretender" and how to create and interpret an appropriate diagnostic plan for a dog suspected to have hypoadrenocorticism.

Dr. Audrey Cook is a graduate of Edinburgh University, Scotland. She completed her internship at North Carolina State University and her residency in small animal internal medicine at UC Davis. She is a Diplomate of both the American and European Colleges of Veterinary Internal Medicine and one of the few internists also board certified by ABVP in Feline Practice. She is currently Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine and Service Chief at Texas A&M. Her particular interests are endocrinology, gastroenterology, and image-guided procedures.

Immunoassay
Veterinary Testing
Multispecies testing
Dr. Denisa Ferastraoaru  Bronx, New York, USA
Dr. Audrey Cook—Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine and Service Chief at Texas A&M. 

Dr. Audrey Cook is a graduate of Edinburgh University, Scotland. She completed her internship at North Carolina State University and her residency in small animal internal medicine at UC Davis. She is a Diplomate of both the American and European Colleges of Veterinary Internal Medicine and one of the few internists also board certified by ABVP in Feline Practice. She is currently Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine and Service Chief at Texas A&M. Her particular interests are endocrinology, gastroenterology, and image-guided procedures.