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The aim of the present study was to isolate and identify of the pathogenic fungi of canine dermatophytosis in Baghdad governorate Iraq, also study the epidemiology and describe the clinical signs of dermatophytosis, from January 2018 till December 2018. Out of 653 dogs 165 (25.3%) were with...

Author(s)
Minnat, T. R.; Khalaf, J. M.
Publisher
College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq
Citation
Iraqi Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 2019, 43, 1, pp 183-196
Abstract

Background: Dermatophytes are the most common causes of cutaneous fungal diseases. Dermatophytosis is a common skin disorder in dogs and cats. Species identification of these fungi is important from a therapeutic and epidemiological aspect. Conventional methods used to identify dermatophyte species ...

Author(s)
Lavari, A.; Eidi, S.; Soltani, M.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Medicine and Science, 2021, 8, 2, pp 492-497
Abstract

Background: Since the epidemiology of canine and feline dermatophytosis might evolve in response to chronological, sociological and ecological factors, the authors studied the occurrence of dermatophyte pathogens over 27 years subsequent to the last major UK survey. Methods: Dermatophyte culture...

Author(s)
Long, S.; Carveth, H.; Chang YuMei; O'Neill, D.; Bond, R.
Publisher
BMJ Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
Veterinary Record, 2020, 187, 10,
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The aim of the present study was the isolation and phenotypic identification of dermatophytes isolated from cats, dogs, and cattle, followed by an evaluation of their antifungal susceptibility to azole antifungal agents in addition to isolation and phenotypic identification of Candida albicans from ...

Author(s)
Abdelfattah, A. M.; Torky, H. A.; Khalil, S. A.
Publisher
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria University, Behira, Egypt
Citation
Alexandria Journal of Veterinary Sciences, 2020, 63, 2, pp 104-112
Abstract

In a 2012-2014 epidemiological study of feline and canine dermatophytoses in Japan, we investigated the prevalence of fungi among 296 cats and 170 dogs treated at a veterinary clinic and 51 cats and dogs at an animal shelter at Fukui City in Japan. Microsporum canis was isolated from only one cat...

Author(s)
Yamada, S.; Anzawa, K.; Mochizuki, T.
Publisher
Japanese Society for Medical Mycology, Bunkyo-ku, Japan
Citation
Medical Mycology Journal, 2019, 60, 2, pp 39-44
Abstract

Introduction: Dermatophytosis is a common skin disease in cats and dogs caused by Microsporum and Trichophyton fungi. Species identification and knowledge of their antifungal susceptibility are therapeutically and epidemiologically important. This study assessed the prevalence of feline and canine...

Author(s)
Katiraee, F.; Kosari, Y. K.; Soltani, M.; Shokri, H.; Minooieanhaghighi, M. H.
Publisher
Sciendo, Warsaw, Poland
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Research , 2021, 65, 2, pp 175-182
Abstract

Dermatomycoses are the most common form of mycoses, which include superficial infections of the skin, particularly the epidermis, human hair and nails, and animal hair, horns, claws and hooves. Once the etiological agent is identified as keratinolytic filamentous fungus classified as a...

Author(s)
Gnat, S.; Łagowski, D.
Publisher
Krajowa Izba Lekarsko Weterynaryjna, Warsaw, Poland
Citation
Życie Weterynaryjne, 2022, 97, 6, pp 392-398
Abstract

Multilocus microsatellite typing (MLMT) was performed on 93 strains of Microsporum canis (M. canis) isolated between 2012 and 2017 from 75 cats, 8 dogs, and 10 pet owners. These strains were derived from 2 major reservoirs: commercial breeding facilities and pet shops (PS), and stray cats and pet...

Author(s)
Yamada, S.; Anzawa, K.; Mochizuki, T.
Publisher
National Institute of Infectious Diseases (NIID), Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Japanese Journal of Infectious Diseases, 2022, 75, 2, pp 105-113
Abstract

Dermatophytosis is a zoonotic infection which affects animals and humans. The dermatophytes, a group of septate fungi, invade superficial keratinized structures like skin, hair and claws. In companion animals the dogs and cats are mainly affected and show alopecia and dermatitis. In cats' cases of...

Author(s)
Sikrodia, R.; Chhabra, D.; Gangil, R.; Jogi, J.; Sharda, R.
Publisher
Society for Immunology and Immunopathology, Pantnagar, India
Citation
Journal of Immunology and Immunopathology, 2021, 23, 1, pp 16-20
Abstract

Off-leash dog parks are designated public spaces where dogs can move freely, under their owners' supervision. These areas, allowing animals to socialize and move freely, are fundamental for dogs' welfare. However, different pathogens, even zoonotic, may be excreted by the attending animals and...

Author(s)
Ebani, V. V.; Nardoni, S.; Ciapetti, S.; Guardone, L.; Loretti, E.; Mancianti, F.
Publisher
MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Animals, 2021, 11, 6,

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