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Jessica Adamany

European Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine

Jessica Adamany
Jessica Adamany BSc DVM DipECVIM-CA MRCVS European Specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine

Jessica graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science in Pre-Veterinary Medicine. She then spent four years at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine where she received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. 

She completed a Small Animal Medicine and Surgical Internship at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatchewan, Canada. 

After spending a year in France, Jessica joined Pride Veterinary Centre as a first opinion vet for six months before joining the referral service as a Resident in Internal Medicine. She gained the European Diploma in Veterinary Internal Medicine in March 2017.

Jessica's areas of clinical interest include endocrine and infectious disease as well as haematology.

Publications:
Adamany, J., Baiker, K., Dhumeaux, M., Allegrucci, C., Polledo, L. and Grau-Roma, L., 2017. Pathology in Practice. Hereditary nephropathy (familial nephropathy) in an English Cocker Spaniel. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 251(6), pp.661-664.

Dor, C., Adamany, J.L., Kisielewicz, C., de Brot, S., Erles, K. and Dhumeaux, M.P., 2018. Acquired urea cycle amino acid deficiency and hyperammonaemic encephalopathy in a cat with inflammatory bowel disease and chronic kidney disease. Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery Open Reports, 4(2), p.2055116918786750.

Polledo, L., Oliveira, M., Adamany, J., Graham, P. and Baiker, K., 2017. Hypophysitis, panhypopituitarism, and hypothalamitis in a Scottish terrier dog. Journal of veterinary internal medicine, 31(5), pp.1527-1532.

Adamany, J.L., Cross, G.F., Gardner, D. and Dunning, M.D., 2017. Preliminary investigation of urine N‐telopeptide concentration as a biomarker of bone resorption in dogs receiving glucocorticoids. Journal of Small Animal Practice.

Adamany, J.L. and Dhumeaux, M.P., 2016. Hypercalcaemia secondary to elevated 1, 25 dihydroxycholecalciferol in a dog with immune‐mediated polyarthritis. Journal of Small Animal Practice, 57(6), pp.323-326.