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Background: Dermatophilus congolensis causes a crusting dermatitis that affects horses. Diagnosis requires the identification of the organism with cytological evaluation of crust samples. This method can lack sensitivity in chronic cases. Hypothesis/Objectives: To develop a probe-based real time...

Author(s)
Frank, L. A.; Kania, S. A.; Weyant, E.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Dermatology, 2016, 27, 5, pp e112
Abstract

Equine pastern vasculitis is clinically challenging and the underlying aetiopathogenesis is unclear. The aims of this retrospective study were to establish histopathological criteria for pastern vasculitis, to look for an underlying cause, to investigate whether the histopathological lesions are...

Author(s)
Psalla, D.; Rüfenacht, S.; Stoffel, M. H.; Chiers, K.; Gaschen, V.; Doherr, M. G.; Gerber, V.; Welle, M. M.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Journal, 2013, 198, 2, pp 524-530
Abstract

Dermatophilosis caused by Dermatophilus congolensis causes exudative dermatitis in a variety of species. The infection is generally limited to the cutaneous tissues, where infection is acquired from the environment and bacteria penetrate into keratinized epithelium through epithelial disruption. A...

Author(s)
Byrne, B. A.; Rand, C. L.; McElliott, V. R.; Samitz, E. M.; Brault, S. A.
Publisher
American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, Davis, USA
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation, 2010, 22, 1, pp 141-143
Abstract

Equine dermatological cases can be investigated and managed using a logical diagnostic approach. In the first instance, a carefully taken history, together with a physical and dermatological inspection, form the backbone of investigations. Once an initial history has been taken, the clinician can...

Author(s)
Paterson, S.; Ball, C.
Publisher
BMJ Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
In Practice, 2013, 35, 4, pp 190-196
Abstract

GENERAL.-In addition to routine work, the laboratory is conducting various experiments in the treatment of diseases, such as the efficacy of antimosan in LICHEN TROPICÜS [prickly heat], the value of amphotropin in EQUINE ENCEPHALO-MYELITIS, and the value of the bilirubin test in the detection of...

Author(s)
Dibben, H. C.
Publisher
Simla: Govt. India Press.,
Citation
Annual Administration Report of the Army Veterinary Service in India for 1938-39., 1939, pp 56 pp.
Abstract

This memoir is divided into five parts dealing respectively with the following points: History of Bursati; the Identity of Bursati with Leeches, Summer sore, Granular dermatitis, and other skin affections; Clinical characteristics of Bursati; Histology and aetiology of Bursati; and the Treatment of ...

Author(s)
Holmes, J. D. E.
Citation
Memoirs Dept. Agric. in India., 1914, 2, 5, pp 119-153 pp.

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