Your PPID questions answered

Pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction (PPID)—also known as Cushing’s disease—is a complex yet common metabolic disorder that affects many older horses. Fortunately, research has led to improved diagnostics and treatment. In this edition of EQUUS Extra, we offer no-nonsense answers to practical questions about PPID.

Pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction (PPID)—also known as Cushing’s disease—is a complex yet common metabolic disorder that affects many older horses. Fortunately, research has led to improved diagnostics and treatment.

In this edition of EQUUS Extra, we offer no-nonsense answers to practical questions about PPID and more. With guidance and care, your Cushing’s horse can live a long, comfortable life!

  • Can PPID be prevented?
  • The role of diet
  • Why careful monitoring is important
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