Internal Medicine

5th Annual Gulf-Atlantic Veterinary Conference

Systemic Hypertension - What Goes Up, Must Come Down!

Saturday, December 2
8:00 AM - 8:50 AM
Location: Royal Palm Ballroom Salon 3


Systemic hypertension is common in small animal practice. It can be seen secondary to a variety of diseases, especially renal and endocrine disorders. Hypertension can cause damage to 4 target organs - kidneys, eyes, heart, and brain. Since it can cause serious morbidity in dogs and cats, prompt diagnosis and treatment are essential.

Adam Honeckman

Mobile Veterinary Diagnostics

Adam Honeckman, DVM, DACVIM - graduated from Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1992 and completed an internship at Purdue in 1993. After 4 years of general practice in the Chicago area, he was accepted for a small animal internal medicine residency at the prestigious Animal Medical Center in New York City. During his residency, Dr. Honeckman developed a special interest in ultrasonography and endoscopy. After completion of his residency, he started his own mobile internal medicine practice in the Orlando area. Since 2008, Dr. Honeckman has also been an internal medicine consultant for the Veterinary Information Network.


Send Email for Adam Honeckman


Systemic Hypertension - What Goes Up, Must Come Down!


Attendees who have favorited this

Please enter your access key

The asset you are trying to access is locked. Please enter your access key to unlock.

Send Email for Systemic Hypertension - What Goes Up, Must Come Down!