My veterinarian practices medicine. What makes an internal medicine specialist—or board certified internist—different?
Your family veterinarian is your first resource in any medical condition. All veterinarians are trained to diagnose and treat common conditions your pet may experience. A board certified internal medicine specialist is a veterinarian certified by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine. These veterinarians have expertise and specialized training in the diagnosis and treatment of animals with disorders such as diabetes, gastrointestinal disease, organ failure, hormonal imbalances, immunological disorders and unusual infectious diseases.
Is there another veterinary internist available in the Syracuse area?
No. Dr. Cameron is the only board certified veterinary internist practicing in the greater Syracuse area.
Specialized services available from our Internal Medicine service include:
Conditions Commonly Treated by Veterinary Internists
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