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Feline atypical mycobacterial panniculitis: Treatment, monitoring, and prognosis
Antimicrobial therapy is indicated in all cats with this disfiguring disease. Surgical therapy can be added depending on the severity of the lesions. These clinicians offer guidance on selecting the right treatment method for each cat.


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