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Companion Animal Practice
Diagnosis and management of primary hyperaldosteronism in cats
  1. Robert Shiel

    Robert Shiel graduated from University College Dublin (UCD) in 1999. After four years in small animal practice in the UK, he returned to UCD to commence a residency in small animal medicine. He is currently studying for an MSc degree in veterinary medicine.

  2. Carmel Mooney

    Carmel Mooney graduated from UCD in 1986. In 1998, she was awarded the Diploma of the European College of Internal Medicine (Companion Animal) and gained RCVS specialist status in small animal medicine (endocrinology). She is currently clinical director of the University Veterinary Hospital at UCD.

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