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Hannah Lipscomb

Hannah Lipscomb

BVet Med, MRCVS

United Kingdom

Dr. Lipscomb gained her degree from London’s Royal Veterinary College in 2016 and was the first dermatology intern at Southern Counties Veterinary Specialists (SCVS), working alongside the specialist Filippo De Bellis. After qualification she initially worked in a first opinion small animal practice for 18 months – where she developed her interest in dermatology – and then progressed to a rotating internship at a private referral clinic before moving to SCVS to undertake a dermatology internship. 

Contributions from Hannah Lipscomb

Browse between the articles contributions from this author below.

CNEL in a cat with facial distribution of multiple adjacent to coalescing plaques and nodules. The skin is partially alopecic, eroded and ulcerated, especially over the right eye and mandibular lip fold.

Issue number31.1 Published 16/09/2021

Feline cutaneous lymphoma

Cutaneous lymphoma in the cat is a rare but life-threatening neoplasm that warrants inclusion in the differential diagnosis list of many dermatology cases.

By Hannah Lipscomb and Filippo De Bellis