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Issue number 31.2 Date Published 23/11/2021

Canine dermatology

 

Canine dermatology

Articles section

The reactions are read after 15 minutes; here four of the allergens produced positive erythema and wheal formation (arrowed) comparable to the positive (+) control (score = 4).

Issue number31.2 Published 30/09/2021

The diagnostic challenges of canine atopic dermatitis

Clinicians face a challenge when confronted with a possible case of canine atopic dermatitis.

By Ana Rostaher

An atopic dog with excessive hair growth; the dog had received maintenance therapy with cyclosporine for a year.

Issue number31.2 Published 14/10/2021

Treating canine atopic dermatitis

The atopic dog is an all-too-often presentation in first opinion clinics.

By Annette van der Lee

Regular, clear and honest communication between the owner and the veterinary surgeon is a keystone for successful management of the atopic dog.

Issue number31.2 Published 21/10/2021

Canine atopic dermatitis and the owner

Treating canine atopic dermatitis can be challenging in itself, but keeping the owner fully engaged can be challenging too.

By Pascal Prélaud

English Cocker Spaniel Dog Vet Focus 31.2

Issue number31.2 Published 28/10/2021

A diagnostic approach to canine otitis

Canine otitis is a frequent challenge for first opinion clinicians, and successful management is based on addressing the multiple causes and factors involved in its pathogenesis.

By Hannah Lipscomb and Filippo De Bellis

Generalised bilateral symmetrical alopecia of the trunk with consequent intense hyperpigmentation of the skin due to exposure to UV light.

Issue number31.2 Published 04/11/2021

Canine hyperadrenocorticism

Dogs with hyperadrenocorticism can often present with dermatological signs.

By Fiona Scholz and Sam Crothers

Secondary bacterial infection in a dog with AFR.

Issue number31.2 Published 23/11/2021

An overview of adverse food reactions in dogs

Adverse food reactions can mimic many other skin disorders, and a good knowledge of the underlying pathology.

By Elisa Maina