HYPERADRENOCORTICISM, or Cushing's syndrome, is one of the most common canine endocrinopathies seen in small animal practice. Although in many cases the clinical signs are fairly characteristic, the chronic course of the disease and some unusual clinical manifestations can make it hard to recognise. In addition, the diagnostic tests that are available can be difficult to interpret. This article summarises the current knowledge of the presentation and diagnosis of this disease. An article in the next issue will focus on the treatment options.
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