DermatologyEmergency clinicians may see deep pyoderma, furunculosis, post-grooming furunculosis, necrotizing fasciitis, toxic shock syndrome–like disease, demodicosis, and sarcoptic mange.
DermatologyDermatologic microbiome research is scarce, but the dermal microbiota nonetheless plays an important role in dermatitis diagnoses.
DermatologyThis case report emphasizes the importance of an accurate diagnosis of canine eosinophilic folliculitis/furunculosis as well as early and adequate treatment to promote a satisfactory response.
DermatologyTreatment of plasma cell pododermatitis, proliferative and necrotizing otitis externa, and auricular chondritis can be challenging due to the rarity of these immune-mediated dermatoses.
DermatologyPerianal fistulas can be severely debilitating; however, most dogs respond well to therapy if started in a timely fashion.
DermatologySimple yet effective treatment plans should be considered to decrease caretaker burden in community veterinary medicine.
DermatologyStreamlining the diagnostic process or creating a treatment trial based on a tentative diagnosis can be helpful for clients who face financial barriers.
DermatologyFeline allergic disease has undergone a recent change in terminology. Feline atopic skin syndrome (FASS) refers explicitly to allergic skin disease induced by environmental allergens.
Learn how allergen immunotherapy is used to treat environmental hypersensitivities by shifting the canine patient’s abnormal immune response toward a state of tolerance.
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