Chanel, an entire Beagle female of 10,5 years was presented for polyuria/polydipsia and polyphagia. The diagnose of hyperadrenocorticism was made based on clinical signs and laboratory results. The TCM diagnose was Damp Heat invading the Spleen and Blood Stagnation. The goals of treatment were to clear Dampness and Heat and to benefit the Spleen Transformation and Transportation function and move Qi and Blood. Only acupuncture treatment was initiated and Chanel responded well as there was an improvement of clinical signs after the first session. A total of four acupuncture sessions were performed.
Canine and Feline Patients Referred Exclusively for Acupuncture and Herbs: A Two-Year Retrospective Analysis
Abstract Acupuncture and the administration of herbal supplements are increasingly used in veterinary practice, but no retrospective studies have examined patient characteristics and treatment interventions in