|Sample Requirement||Turnaround Time|
|Serum||Same working day|
Basal serum cortisol levels are often high (>240 nmol/l) in classical cases of PPID (aged, hirsute, polydipsic, polyuric, glucosuric). However, basal levels are often within normal range for younger, or atypical cases and so overnight dexamethasone suppression test or combinations of such tests are needed to help define pituitary normality or abnormality.
|Adult Non-Thoroughbred Horses||71-240|