Despite the fact that pancreatitis is a disease commonly encountered in first opinion practice, diagnosis can be far from straightforward, as Iwan Burgener describes in a paper that focuses on the pros and cons of the diagnostic options available.
Diabetes mellitus can have far-reaching effects on the body’s metabolism; Dr. Vandendriessche offers a common-sense approach to the patient and reviews how careful dietary choice, along with lifestyle changes, can help achieve optimal control of the problem.
Feline pancreatitis is one of the most commonly encountered diseases in small animal practice. Professor Allenspach offers a brief overview of the disease and discusses a holistic approach to treatment.
Chronic hepatitis is a common disease in dogs but can often go undetected, especially in the early stages; Cynthia Webster presents an overview of the disease, with an emphasis on the diagnostic and treatment options.