GastroenterologyThe mainstay of treating acute pancreatitis in a dog is supportive care, including fluid therapy and nutritional management.
Hepatopathies such as cholangitis can be difficult to identify; diagnostics include imaging, cytology, histopathology, and various lab tests.
GastroenterologyThe diagnosis of acute pancreatitis can be difficult because clinical signs and results of diagnostic testing are often nonspecific. This article addresses the diagnostic approach to patients with signs suggestive of pancreatitis.
EndocrinologyChronic pancreatitis is a common, yet complex, disease in cats, and its management is nonspecific and multifaceted.
Nutritional intervention is the cornerstone for maintaining health and quality of life for cats with chronic kidney disease.
Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is one of the most commonly diagnosed conditions in older cats.