This is the most common allergic skin disease of the horse, caused by a hypersensitivity to the bites of common insects. There are a variety of common names for this condition including "sweet itch" and "summer eczema".
The following mystery cases will be analyzed from initial presentation to the final diagnosis, treatment, and follow up.
Antihistamines have variable efficacy in atopic dogs. If at least 3 different antihistamines are tried in an individual dog, you can reasonably expect to find one that works 25-40% of the time.
Zinc responsive dermatosis is a nutritional skin disease that can be categorized as syndromes I or II.
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