Veterinary medicine needs teamwork

Cushing’s syndrome is an endocrine disease that occurs due to biological changes caused by an excessive increase in the hormone cortisol in the dog’s body. It usually occurs between the ages of 6 and 10, but scientific evidence and a desire to think outside the box have transformed the way the disease is known. And with him a breakthrough in Veterinary medicine.

MV Santiago Teyssandier in company with Drs Elber Soler Arias from Argentina and MV Hans Kooistra and Sara Galac from the Netherlands produced the first full formal report of ACTH-dependent Cushing’s syndrome in a pup secondary to pituitary CTUs; A subtype of pituitary adenoma with highly invasive characteristics.

from to motivate We spoke to Teyssandier to tell us about the process and why it’s so important to get this result. “Unfortunately, this disease also occurs in puppies; and the fact that we are able to identify it will give us future opportunities to treat it and improve their quality of life and survival,” Santiago told us. And there is where Teyssandier stresses the importance of teamwork to achieve better results for Veterinary medicine.

“Teamwork is key. Science grows in a team, I’m 100% sure. One can do everything. As much as I’ve seen the issue, attended it and thought about it, I always need a team that can think of other approaches and help me think of different alternatives” . cuC5PDL4u M4AQnW2TB6X2kZBCkBmzPv32zdBBU hctH7mZC336TM16Ys8finSUdIHduMYAES4kHWQdFZA1KZBW1KRUCn6ATlIwNd3DbCCfkRUZADh mmkCT32d8mIVWK9iw ZDZD

Finally, the important thing is to contribute to science while providing patients with a quality of life.

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Motivation is an important word in our professional development.

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Additionally, we wanted to ask MV about his motives for conducting the research, because as he is known while doing his professional practice, he has very little time to investigate. According to Teyssandier, this has always motivated him, his interest in understanding cases from clinical research without dismissing data has allowed him to find patterns to come to conclusions. “Sometimes one collects data and makes valuable conclusions, like finding out that people with diabetes respond better to this or that insulin, for example,” he said.

Santiago is an MV from the University of El Salvador, Buenos Aires, and graduated in 2011. He worked at the Mark Petersen Veterinary Clinic in the US and is currently Clinical Professor of Small Animal Medicine and Surgery, Professor of Directed End Practice and Director of the Graduate Course: Endocrinology in the Daily Clinic, As well as in Usal.

Finally, MV explained what makes this scholarly publication a good fit for him given the intrinsic value of “being able to contribute something and because the research can be done in Argentina.” In addition, he indicated that this work is innovative because it comes out of the research scheme and the result itself is also innovative. As well as the importance of diagnosing patients, no matter how complex and different the outcome. He concluded by saying that this work is a motivation to continue training, learning and research. “Motivation is an important word in our professional development,” he concluded.

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