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Katherine Doerr

Katherine Doerr

DVM, Dip. ACVD, Dermatology for Animals, Campbell, California, USA

United States

Dr. Doerr graduated as a veterinarian from the University of Florida in 2010 and undertook a small animal rotating internship at the Matthew J. Ryan Veterinary Hospital at the University of Pennsylvania. Her dermatology residency was completed at the University of California-Davis, and she currently works at a private dermatology clinic in California. Her main areas of interest include management of hypersensitivity conditions and cutaneous manifestations of systemic diseases.

Contributions from Katherine Doerr

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A skin biopsy

Issue number25.2 Published 18/01/2023

Malassezia dermatitis and otitis in dogs

Malassezia, a genus of fungi, is frequently found as a commensal organism in the skin, ear canals, nose, oral surfaces, perianal surfaces, anal sacs, and vagina of normal dogs and cats, and has even been identified on the epidermis of puppies as young as three days old.

By Katherine Doerr