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A 3-year-old, neutered male Persian cat with chronic ulcerative facial dermatitis was diagnosed with feline idiopathic facial dermatitis based on signalment, clinical history and diagnostic test results, including dermatohistopathological evaluation. Initial treatment started with 4 weeks of oral...

Author(s)
Chung, T. H.; Ryu, M. H.; Kim, D. Y.; Yoon, H. Y.; Hwang, C. Y.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 2009, 87, 10, pp 417-420
Abstract

We describe Histo-pathological and immune-histochemical features of herpes facial dermatitis in a 3-year-old female Persian cat. The lesion was characterized by focal extensive ulceration of the epidermis, dense infiltrates of eosinophils and plasma cells, multifocal hydropic degeneration of...

Author(s)
Hashemnia, M.; Javdani, M.; Nikousefat, Z.; Shahbazi, M.
Publisher
Online Journal of Veterinary Research, Toowoomba, Australia
Citation
Online Journal of Veterinary Research, 2014, 18, 10, pp 815-822
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The Idiopathic Facial Dermatitis is a disease of unusual incidence, described in Persian and Himalaya cats, characterized by deposition of sebaceous sediment on facial region, can be associated with pruritus, erythema, secondary infections and bilateral otitis hiperceruminosa. This report describes ...

Author(s)
Friesen, R.; Farias, M. R. de; Werner, J.; Cruz, M. de A.; Bacchi, R.
Publisher
Bio Editora Ltda., Curitiba, Brazil
Citation
Medvep (Revista Científica de Medicina Veterinária. Pequenos Animais e Animais de Estimação), 2009, 7, 20, pp 91-94
Abstract

A 3-years-old white African lioness born in captivity was presented for onset of pruritus and dermatitis in the facial area. Skin swabs from clinical samples cultured a heavy growth of Staphylococcus felis. The lioness was treated with systemic antibiotic cephalexin and dexamethasone;...

Author(s)
Wieckowski, T.
Publisher
Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research, Berlin, Germany
Citation
Proceedings of the International Conference on Diseases of Zoo and Wild Animals, Beekse Bergen, The Netherlands, 20th-24th May 2009, 2009, pp 346-348
Abstract

The clinical and histopathological features of 13 Persian cats with chronic skin disease primarily affecting the face are described. Lesions were characterized by black material adherent to the skin and hair, accompanied by erythema and variable degrees of excoriation. Concurrent ceruminous otitis...

Author(s)
Bond, R.; Curtis, C. F.; Ferguson, E. A.; Mason, I. S.; Rest, J.
Citation
Veterinary Dermatology, 2000, 11, 1, pp 35-41
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Author(s)
Beccati, M.; Vercelli, A.
Publisher
Edizioni SCIVAC, Cremona, Italy
Citation
Veterinaria (Cremona), 2003, 17, 1, pp 45-49
Abstract

Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) was diagnosed in a 9-year-old castrated male Persian cat. The cat described is the first to fulfil 4 of 11 American Rheumatism Association criteria for the diagnosis of SLE in humans (symmetrical facial dermatitis, thrombocytopenia, positive antinuclear...

Author(s)
Vitale, C. B.; Ihrke, P. J.; Gross, T. L.; Werner, L. L.
Citation
Veterinary Dermatology, 1997, 8, 2, pp 133-138

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