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Sunday, August 13 • 9:10am - 10:00am
Adrenal disease in cats: Getting more than you bargained for

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Tumours of the adrenal cortex of cats most commonly secrete cortisol or aldosterone.  The clinical presentations for each are different and easy to distinguish.  But, feline adrenal tumours can produce multiple hormones, including aldosterone and progesterone, or combinations of sex-steroid hormones, resulting in unusual signs.  Syndromes associated with progesterone excess include aggression, diabetes mellitus and meningioma growth.  In this talk, each syndrome will be illustrated with cases diagnosed and managed by the presenter.

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Vanessa Barrs

Head of Small Animal Medicine, University of Sydney
Vanessa Barrs is the Director of the University Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Head of Small Animal Medicine at the University of Sydney and is a registered Specialist in Feline Medicine. She has served as President of the Feline Chapter of the Australian and New Zealand College o... Read More →


Sunday August 13, 2017 9:10am - 10:00am
Arena 1