J. Catharine Scott-Moncrieff, VET MB, MA, MS
Scott-Moncrieff specializes in endocrine disorders of dogs and cats.
- Insulin Therapy in Canine and Feline Diabetes Mellitus: An Update
- This lecture will focus on treatment of canine and feline diabetes mellitus. Topics will include insulin choice, diabetic monitoring, and management of diabetes in the presence of concurrent illness. The lecture will also discuss alternative strategies for cases that do not respond well to the initial choice of insulin.
- What’s New in Feline Hyperthyroidism?
- This lecture will review advances in diagnosis and treatment of feline hyperthyroidism. Topics will include diagnosis of hyperthyroidism in presence of concurrent illness, diagnosis and management of treatment associated hypothyroidism, association between hypertension and hyperthyroidism, and nutritional management of feline hyperthyroidism.
- Canine Hypoadrenocorticism: Diagnosing and Treating the Difficult Cases
- This presentation will discuss the diverse presentations of Addison's disease and highlight the challenges of diagnosing different case presentations. Case examples will be used to highlight differences in approach to diagnosis treatment and monitoring between typical and atypical Addison's disease.
- Treatment of Canine Hyperadrenocorticism: Mitotane or Trilostane?
- This lecture will discuss the medical treatment for spontaneous canine hyperadrenocorticism. The lecture will address the advantages and disadvantages of mitotane and trilostane. The lecture will also review how to transition safely between mitotane and trilostane when indicated.
- Management of Difficult Diabetes Cases: A Case Based Approach
- This lecture will outline an approach to problems of insulin regulation in diabetic dogs and cats using a case based approach. The lecture will cover problems such as owner compliance, short duration of insulin action, insulin induced hypoglycemia, and insulin resistance. Case examples will be used to illustrate each problem.