Atrophied adrenals in a dog with Addison’s disease

Addison’s disease, or primary hypoadrenocorticism, often results in vague clinical signs in dogs. The imaging findings in a dog in Addisonian crisis are described in this videoclip. For more information on the ultrasound detection of hypoadrenocorticism in dogs: Wenger et al, Vet Record 2010 [annotated video, 2:17] This entry was posted by Marc-Andre.