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Common mistakes in dermatitis case workups

May 1, 2009

In 25 years of talking to primary-care veterinarians about their struggles with dermatology cases, I am convinced that the major cause of frustration is time management.

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What's new in dermatologic disease: Drugs and pathogenesis of canine atopic dermatitis

May 1, 2009

The pathogenesis of canine atopic dermatitis is complex and our understanding of it continues to change and advance.

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Solutions for challenging canine demodicosis cases

May 1, 2009

Demodicosis is a common skin condition in dogs. Dogs have three recognized species of Demodex mites.

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What you need to know regarding methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)

May 1, 2009

Staphylococcus aureus is part of the normal flora of the skin, mucous membranes, urogential tract and alimentary tract of people.

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Extreme makeover: Unveiling a new dental suite

September 1, 2008

There comes a time in every clinic when change is inevitable.

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Cheyletiella Mites: Population on the move

May 1, 2008

Cheyletiella mites (walking dandruff) have become an epidemic in our Midwestern practice in the summer, with endemic numbers throughout the year.

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Parasite control in pets requires year-round vigilance

May 1, 2008

Pets presented for complaints associated with some pathology of their skin — such as pruritis, abnormalities of keratinization, alopecia and other abnormalities both primary and secondary — comprise a large percentage of cases seen by veterinarians.

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Vector-borne diseases

May 1, 2008

A 2008 update on the newest and most important vector-borne diseases affecting companion animals.

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Lyme disease lingers after antibiotics, study shows

May 1, 2008

The bacteria that cause Lyme disease reside in mouse tissue after a full round of antibiotic treatment, University of California-Davis (UC-Davis) researchers report.

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