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Articles by Alice M. Jeromin, RPh, DVM, DACVD

Alice M. Jeromin, RPh, DVM, DACVD


Dr. Jeromin is a pharmacist and veterinary dermatologist in private practice in Cleveland, Ohio. She is a 1989 graduate of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine and an adjunct professor at Case Western Reserve University's College of Medicine in Cleveland. Dr. Jeromin serves on DVM Newsmagazine's Editorial Advisory Board.

Articles
Helpful hints for the successful treatment of canine atopy
August 1, 2013

These practice pearls may help alleviate some of the itch of this irritating condition in your veterinary patients.

FAQs about house dust mite and storage mite allergies
March 1, 2013

By bringing pets into our homes, we've increased their exposure to these common skin irritants.

Feline atopy—are you seeing more cases?
June 1, 2012

Make sure you know the signs and veterinary treatment alternatives to corticosteroids.

Discuss facts, fallacies of dust mite allergies
April 1, 2010

House dust mites are the most common allergen in people, dogs and cats. How did this get to be so common, and why is dust mite allergy such a problem?

Ear edge dermatitis: Look beyond scabies
March 1, 2010

Ear edge dermatoses in dogs can consist of alopecia, seborrhea, crusting, ulceration and necrosis.

Coping with an allergic dog
January 1, 2010

After years of giving advice all day long to pet owners with allergic dogs, I now have a fresh perspective on the subject—that is after adopting Cindy, an allergic 11-year-old Golden Retriever, a few years ago.

Diagnosis and treatment of atopy in cats
February 1, 2009

Now that cats have overtaken dogs as the most popular pet in American homes, we are seeing more with dermatological problems.

Recognizing dermatologic effects of steroids
August 1, 2008

I am often asked about what can be done for "dry skin" for patients on chemotherapy, where steroid is a part of that chemotherapy. However, it is not only patients on steroid for chemotherapy; some canine and feline patients have varying degrees of sensitivity to steroids and the changes they produce in the skin.

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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