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Follicular dysplasia of the black layer, is a dermatopathy restricted to areas of black hair of dogs with two or more layers of colors. Studies have mentioned a primary problem in the hair follicle, where an autosomal recessive inheritance is involved. The diagnosis is made thanks to the clinical...

Author(s)
Arroyo M., Y.; HincapiéG., L. C.
Publisher
Universidad de Sucre, Sincelejo, Colombia
Citation
Revista Colombiana de Ciencia Animal, 2018, 10, 2, pp 184-189
Abstract

Black hair follicular dysplasia (BHFD) is an unusual canine skin disorder defined as alopecia confined to black regions of the hair coat. First clinical abnormalities are usually noted around four weeks of age and comprise fracture of hair shafts in black-coated regions, later resulting in partial...

Author(s)
Aléssio, B. C.; Braga, D. de; Palumbo, M. I. P.; Babo-Terra, V. J.
Publisher
Universidade Federal Rural do Semi-Árido (UFERSA), Mossoro, Brazil
Citation
Acta Veterinaria Brasilica, 2020, 14, 3, pp 136-139
Abstract

Black-hair follicular dysplasia (BHFD) is a hereditary genetic disease that leads to the occurrence of cutaneous changes in the skin and hair in areas of black hair coverage, such as hypotrichosis, alopecia, melanoderma and scaling. Since it is a rare cutaneous disease, the aim of this work is to...

Author(s)
Rodrigues, I. da N.; Oliveira, A. T. C.; Pinheiro, B. Q.; Ferreira, T. C.; Nunes-Pinheiro, D. C. S.
Publisher
Federal University of Ceará, Fortaleza, Brazil
Citation
Revista Brasileira de Higiene e Sanidade Animal, 2021, 15, 4,
Abstract

CASE HISTORY: A 6-year-old intact male New Zealand Huntaway dog had slowly progressive alopecia that was first observed at 12 weeks of age. CLINICAL FINDINGS: Patchy alopecia was confined to the black-haired areas of the body, and was most evident on the head and dorsum of the body; tan-haired...

Author(s)
Munday, J. S.; French, A. F.; McKerchar, G. R. K.
Publisher
New Zealand Veterinary Association, Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
New Zealand Veterinary Journal, 2009, 57, 3, pp 170-172
Abstract

Black hair follicular dysplasia is a rare dermatological disorder observed in bi-or tricolor pure or mixed-breed dogs. Affected animals exhibit alopecia, which is restricted solely to the black hair areas. Diagnosis should be dermatopathologically based. There is no effective treatment. A...

Author(s)
Cunha, F. M.; Silveira, L. M. G.; Silva, P. T. D. da; Ferrigno, C. R. A.; Futema, F.
Publisher
Editora Guará, São Paulo, Brazil
Citation
Clínica Veterinária, 2005, 10, 59, pp 89-90
Abstract

Four Large Münsterländer cross-bred dogs affected with black hair follicular dysplasia (BHFD) and one unaffected control littermate were observed, and skin was sampled weekly over the first 19 weeks of life. Affected dogs were born with silvery grey hair, a consequence of melanin clumping in the ...

Author(s)
Bomhard, W. von; Mauldin, E. A.; Schmutz, S. M.; Leeb, T.; Casal, M. L.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Dermatology, 2006, 17, 3, pp 182-188
Abstract

Two-month old male Shih Tzu weighing 2.1 kg was presented with alopecia in black-haired areas of the skin. Hair loss had been present since five weeks of age. There was no history of pruritus on any part of the body. No other symptoms had been recognized. Physical examination found no abnormalities ...

Author(s)
Kim SungRyong; Kim YoungIn; Seo JeongA; Park JiWon; Jeong AYoung; Lee KeunWoo; Oh TaeHo
Publisher
Korean Society of Veterinary Clinics, Daegu, Korea Republic
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Clinics, 2005, 22, 2, pp 157-159
Abstract

Background: The "rat-tail" syndrome (RTS) is an inherited hypotrichosis in cattle, which is exclusively expressed in diluted coloured hair. The affected animals also suffer from disturbed thermoregulation, which impairs their health and growth performance. Phenotypic features that are similar to...

Author(s)
Knaust, J.; Hadlich, F.; Weikard, R.; Kuehn, C.
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Genetics, Selection, Evolution, 2016, 48, 26, pp (31 March 2016)
Abstract

Four black and white female Saluki puppies developed variably severe hypotrichosis in black haired areas. Histologically, follicles in black haired areas were dilated with keratin and clumps of melanin pigment, and were irregularly shaped. Melanin pigment was also clumped in hair shafts, basal...

Author(s)
Hargis, A. M.; Brignac, M. M.; Al-Bagdad, F. A. K.; Muggli, F.; Mundell, A.
Citation
Veterinary Dermatology, 1991, 2, 2, pp 69-83
Abstract

A litter of 8 Saluki puppies were whelped normally to a grizzle (equal mixture of dark and lighter hairs with darker hairs predominating from the forehead to the tail) bitch and a black-fringed, red-and-white flecked particolour sire. No abnormalities were seen until the litter of 4 tricolours (3...

Author(s)
Lewis, C. J.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1995, 137, 12, pp 294-295

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