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Articles by Christine Rees, DVM, DACVD

Fleas: Fables, facts, and proven solutions (Sponsored by Merial)

A roundtable discussion
Jan 1, 2009

Recently, veterinary parasitologist and flea expert, Dr. Michael Dryden, met with a veterinary dermatologist and two progressive practitioners to discuss the concerns and misconceptions that clients, staff, and veterinarians have about flea control—and to come up with clear solutions for the perplexing problems surrounding this issue.

Canine atopic dermatitis: A review and update (Proceedings)

Oct 1, 2008

Canine atopic dermatitis (atopy, allergic inhalant dermatitis) is a hereditary, pruritic (itchy) skin disease.

MRSA: The new four letter word in veterinary dermatology (Proceedings)

Oct 1, 2008

Staphylococcus aureus is an opportunistic pathogen that is normally found on the skin, nasopharnyx, and perineum of humans and animals.

Flea allergy dermatitis: What's new? (Proceedings)

Oct 1, 2008

Flea allergy dermatitis (FAD) is a hypersensitivity disorder of animals that are sensitized to allergens in flea saliva.

Differential diagnoses for canine pododermatitis (Proceedings)

Oct 1, 2008

Pododermatitis, by definition, is the inflammation and/or infection of the skin and connective tissue of the foot.

Mystery dermatology cases: A potpourri of interesting cases (Proceedings)

Oct 1, 2008

Chili has had hair loss along the neck and ventrum for the last six months.

Differential diagnoses for the itchy and scratchy (Proceedings)

Oct 1, 2008

Pruritus is the sensation to lick, itch, scratch or chew.

Food allergies in the dog and cat (Proceedings)

Oct 1, 2008

Food allergy is a type I hypersensitivity predominantly but a type III and type IV reaction may also occur.

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