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  1. Endocrinology Topic- Glucagonoma Figure 1. Dermatologic lesions in a dog with hepatocutaneous syndrome. Figure 2. Dermatologic lesions in a dog with hepatocutaneous syndrome. Figure 3. Dermatologic lesions in a dog with hepatocutaneous syndrome. Topic- Hyperkalemia Figure 1. Figure 2. Atrial standstill in a dog with hyperkalemia. Topic-Hyperphosphatemia Figure 1. Multicentric mast cell tumor—dog. Topic- Hypoadrenocorticism (Addison’s Disease) Figure 1. Hypoadrenocorticism in Cats Microcardia and Decreased Lung Perfusion Figure 2. Hypoadrenocorticism in Cats Microcardia and Decreased Lung Perfusion Topic- Hypokalemia Figure 1. The clinical sign of hypokalemia demonstrated here is severe muscle weakness, which is often characterized in cats by ventral flexion of the neck. Figure 2. In addition to ventral neck flexion, hypokalemia may cause a stilted or choppy gait that is most noticeable in the front limbs, along with generalized muscle weakness. As hypokalemia becomes more severe, the cat may be unable to rise or walk and can exhibit ventilatory failure. Topic- Hypopituitarism Figure 1. Pituitary dwarf.

  2. Endocrinology Topic- Glucagonoma Figure 1. Dermatologic lesions in a dog with hepatocutaneous syndrome.

  3. Endocrinology Topic- Glucagonoma Figure 2. Dermatologic lesions in a dog with hepatocutaneous syndrome.

  4. Endocrinology Topic- Glucagonoma Figure 3. Dermatologic lesions in a dog with hepatocutaneous syndrome.

  5. Endocrinology Topic- Hyperkalemia Figure 1.

  6. Endocrinology Topic- Hyperkalemia Figure 2. Atrial standstill in a dog with hyperkalemia.

  7. Endocrinology Topic- Hyperphosphatemia Figure 1. Multicentric mast cell tumor—dog.

  8. Endocrinology Topic- Hypoadrenocorticism (Addison’s Disease) Figure 1. Hypoadrenocorticism in Cats Microcardia and Decreased Lung Perfusion.

  9. Endocrinology Topic- Hypoadrenocorticism (Addison’s Disease) Figure 2. Hypoadrenocorticism in Cats Microcardia and Decreased Lung Perfusion.

  10. Endocrinology Topic- Hypokalemia Figure 1. The clinical sign of hypokalemia demonstrated here is severe muscle weakness, which is often characterized in cats by ventral flexion of the neck.

  11. Endocrinology Topic- Hypokalemia Figure 2. In addition to ventral neck flexion, hypokalemia may cause a stilted or choppy gait that is most noticeable in the front limbs, along with generalized muscle weakness. As hypokalemia becomes more severe, the cat may be unable to rise or walk and can exhibit ventilatory failure.

  12. Endocrinology Topic- Hypopituitarism Figure 1. Pituitary dwarf.