Treatment of Diseases, Disorders, and Birth Defects
Veterinary Internal Medicine is often used in conjunction with surgery, medical oncology, radiation oncology, physical rehabilitation, and neurology. Some of the most commonly treated cases that we see are:
Infectious diseases: Therapies include vaccination, prevention, and various other medical care.
Stomach and intestinal diseases: Diagnosis by ultrasound, endoscopy, radiology, or CT scan.
Kidney and Liver diseases: We treat pets of all breeds and ages to address sudden onset as well as ongoing conditions.
Immune disorders: Often genetic factors can affect your pet's vulnerability to other diseases.
Pancreatic disease: Acute pancreatitis, which is more common in dogs, and chronic pancreatitis, which is more common in cats.
Hormonal disease and disorders: Most commonly are genetic issues that can impact your pet's behavior and health.
Respiratory disease: Includes issues with the lungs, airways, nose, and any other part of the body used for breathing.
Blood disease: Or any issues relating to the blood cells.
Cancer: Most cancers are treated with the help of Internal Medicine and Oncology.