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Laser therapy has a firm place as a primary or adjunct treatment modality in feline practice. Cats are notoriously stoic creatures. Therefore, in treating feline patients, it is our duty as veterinarians to perform conscientious pain assessments and prescribe generous analgesia. Laser therapy is a...

Author(s)
Lavallee, J. O.; Olson, J.
Publisher
John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK
Citation
Laser therapy in veterinary medicine: photobiomodulation, 2017, pp 198-211
Abstract

PICO question: In cats with feline acne and secondary bacterial folliculitis or furunculosis, is topical or systemic antimicrobial therapy superior for reducing time to resolution and severity of clinical signs? Clinical bottom line: There is no sufficient evidence to compare topical versus...

Author(s)
Kwok, W.; Mellor, K.
Publisher
RCVS Knowledge, London, UK
Citation
Veterinary Evidence, 2018, 3, 3, pp 125
Abstract

Feline acne was diagnosed in 74 cats. No age, breed, or sex predilections were found. No triggering agents were identified. Most cats (58.1%) had the asymptomatic, noninflammatory comedonal stage of feline acne, and received no treatment. Some cats (41.9%) presented with feline acne and secondary...

Author(s)
Scott, D. W.; Miller, W. H.
Publisher
Japanese Society of Veterinary Dermatology, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Japanese Journal of Veterinary Dermatology, 2010, 16, 4, pp 203-209
Abstract

Changes in the microbial populations in the conjunctival sacs of animals have traditionally been evaluated using conventional microbiology techniques. The goal of this study was to examine the suitability of a methodology which may reveal a previously unknown microbiome inhabiting feline...

Author(s)
Płoneczka-Janeczko, K.; Bania, J.; Bierowiec, K.; Kiełbowicz, M.; Kiełbowicz, Z.
Publisher
Hindawi, London, UK
Citation
BioMed Research International, 2017, 2017, pp Article ID 3710404
Abstract

Clinical, cytological, microbial and histopathological features of feline acne were investigated in 22 cats referred or volunteered to a veterinary dermatology practice in the south-west region of the USA. For comparison, same parameters were evaluated in five unaffected pet cats. Additionally, all ...

Author(s)
Jazic, E.; Coyner, K. S.; Loeffler, D. G.; Lewis, T. P.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Dermatology, 2006, 17, 2, pp 134-140
Abstract

Medical records of 1407 cats with dermatologic diagnoses made at Cornell University teaching hospital from 1988 to 2003 were tabulated. We expressed the diagnoses as counts, percentages of the cats with dermatologic disease (1407) and percentages of all cats seen at the university hospital (22,135) ...

Author(s)
Scott, D. W.; Miller, W. H.; Erb, H. N.
Publisher
Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA
Citation
Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery, 2013, 15, 4, pp 307-316
Abstract

This article discusses the various aetiological factors that can cause facial dermatitis in cats such as parasites, microbial infections, allergic diseases, pemphigus foliaceus, feline acne and indolent ulcers. The pathological lesions, diagnosis and therapeutic management of feline facial...

Author(s)
DeBoer, D. J.
Publisher
Advanstar Communications Inc, Duluth, USA
Citation
Veterinary Medicine, 2014, 109, 12, pp 370-372
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Author(s)
Webb, C. B.
Publisher
North American Veterinary Community (NAVC), Gainesville, USA
Citation
Proceedings of the NAVC Conference, 18-22 January 2014, Orlando, Florida, USA. Volume 28, Small Animal & Exotics, 2014, pp unpaginated
Abstract

Staphylococcus pseudintermedius is a species often isolated from animals, as a common element of their microbiota or an agent of infection, and from people associated with an animal habitat, including owners of home pets-dogs and cats. As with many other species, adaptation of these bacteria to the ...

Author(s)
Kmieciak, W.; Szewczyk, E. M.
Publisher
Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands
Citation
Folia Microbiologica, 2018, 63, 6, pp 743-747
Abstract

This study investigated the intensity of occurrence of individual bacterial diseases of the skin in dogs and cats during a period of 1.5 years. In this period we diagnosed individual bacterial skin disorders in 20 dogs and three cats of ages ranging from 8 months to 12 years. In the patients, we...

Author(s)
Juríčková, Z.; Fialkovičová, M.
Publisher
University of Veterinary Medicine and Pharmacy in Košice, Košice, Slovakia
Citation
Folia Veterinaria, 2013, 57, 2, pp 80-82

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