Cushing’s syndrome (hyperadrenocorticism) is a condition in which there is an excess of cortisol. It may be caused by drugs, such as prednisone, or by an excess of the body’s own cortisol, caused by a pituitary or adrenal tumor.
Dog Owner's Guide: Cushing's Disease
Article by Norma Bennett Woolf, which includes common drug therapies.
Merck Veterinary Manual: Hyperadrenocorticism
Includes etiology, clinical signs, diagnosis, and treatment.
Pet Owner's Crash Course in Canine Cushing's Disease
Includes causes, diagnostic tests, the pros and cons of various treatments, and links to references.
Symptoms of Cushing's Syndrome
Dr Wendy C. Brooks DVM, DABVP provides the signs and symptoms owners may notice when their pet suffers from this condition, also known as hyperadrenocorticism.
Vetinfo: Cushing's Disease in Dogs
Article by Michael Richards, DVM, with description, diagnosis, treatment, and answers to readers' questions.
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