Coping with PPID

Old age or pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction (PPID)? The signs of this endocrine condition—formerly called equine Cushing’s syndrome—can fool you! Thanks to ongoing research, we now have a better understanding of how to identify and control PPID, which can be dangerous if not addressed. In this volume, we share tips on spotting the signs, managing PPID and preventing the obesity that can contribute to the condition.

Featured in This Issue:

  • Early signs and diagnostic testing
  • Help beyond medication
  • Prevention through diet

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