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Cutaneous expression of behavioural processes remains unexplored in donkeys. This case report describes a case of traumatic alopecia in two donkeys secondary to mutual hair plucking behaviour. Two genetically unrelated, male castrated, 4-year-old Cotentin donkeys living together were presented for...

Author(s)
Brément, T.; Hermange, T.; Degorce-Rubiales, F.; Combarros, D.; Bourdeau, P.; Bruet, V.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Education, 2019, 31, 4, pp e23-e28
Abstract

The study was conducted at Obollo-Afor horse market to determine the occurrence and the antifungal susceptibility profile of mycotic agents in skin lesions of trade horses. The samples were collected by plucking the hair and scraping the epidermal scales using sterile scapel blades. Each sample was ...

Author(s)
Aneke, C. I.; Ugochukwu, I. C. I.; Okafor, J.; Chah, K. F.
Publisher
Springer Science + Business Media, London, UK
Citation
Comparative Clinical Pathology, 2018, 27, 3, pp 589-595
Abstract

A five-year-old Nigerian part Arab horse kept in the University of Nigeria, Nsukka demonstration farm was observed to have non-exudative, scaly circumscribed lesions on its body. Two dermatophytic fungi, Trichophyton mentagrophytes and Trichophyton verrucosum, were isolated from its hair plucking...

Author(s)
Umunna, A. M.; Ibe, O. R.; Ada, N. U. O.
Publisher
Academic Journals, Nairobi, Kenya
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Health, 2013, 5, 5, pp 124-128
Abstract

Hair plucks are straightforward, minimally invasive procedures that are useful in many situations. These include: confirming self-trauma, especially in cases of feline alopecia; detecting Demodex mites; detecting dermatophytosis; determining hair growth cycles; investigating hair follicle and shaft ...

Author(s)
Neuber, A.; Nuttall, T.
Publisher
John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK
Citation
Diagnostic techniques in veterinary dermatology, 2017, pp 41-52
AbstractFull Text

Studies based on observations of hucul horses behaviour, which have been kept in herds, in conditions similar to natural habitat of wild horses. Observations were carried out with two herds of hucul horses. First over two weeks in July and second over two weeks in September, both during daylight...

Author(s)
Oedenberg, H. G. de; Kamińska, K.; Bogucka, L.
Publisher
Wydawnictwo Universytetu Przyrodniczego we Wrocławiu, Wrocław, Poland
Citation
Zeszyty Naukowe Uniwersytetu Przyrodniczego we Wrocławiu - Biologia i Hodowla Zwierząt, 2010, 60, 577, pp 155-162
Abstract

Objective. - To determine the fungal species isolated from skin lesions of different animals suspected of having dermatomycoses and their prevalence in different regions of Iran. Materials and methods. - A total of 1011 animals (292 dogs, 229 cats, 168 horses, 100 camels, 98 cows, 60 squirrels, 37...

Author(s)
Shokri, H.; Khosravi, A. R.
Publisher
Elsevier Masson, Paris, France
Citation
Journal de Mycologie Médicale, 2016, 26, 2, pp 170-177
Abstract

A practical everyday reference for veterinary practitioners, Diagnostic Techniques in Veterinary Dermatology focuses on contemporary techniques for investigating skin problems in small animals, horses and exotic pets. Written by experienced specialists in veterinary dermatology, this book offers...

Author(s)
Neuber, A.; Nuttall, T.
Publisher
John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK
Citation
Diagnostic techniques in veterinary dermatology, 2017, pp vi + 312 pp.
Abstract

The modern approach to dermatology emphasises using the history and clinical signs to construct a logical differential diagnosis list. A wide range of equipment is necessary for thorough examination of the skin, which may seem daunting. Good lighting is essential for proper examination of the skin, ...

Author(s)
Neuber, A.; Nuttall, T.
Publisher
John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK
Citation
Diagnostic techniques in veterinary dermatology, 2017, pp 1-20
Abstract

Oxpeckers Buphagus spp. are unique passerines owing to their involvement in a cleaning association with domestic and wild African ungulates. Oxpeckers not only utilize their hosts for food but also use them as perches for resting, preening, displaying and copulating, as well as a source of nesting...

Author(s)
Plantan, T. B.; Howitt, M. J.; Kotzé, A.; Gaines, M. S.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester, UK
Citation
International Zoo Yearbook, 2014, 48, 1, pp 92-100
AbstractFull Text

Dermatological disease in equine practice is always a challenge. Veterinarians will be a called to see chronic skin cases more that those of acute onset; most owners will either have ignored it (in the hope that it would "go away" or will have applied some medications (usually ill-advised and...

Author(s)
Knottenbelt, D. C.
Publisher
Equine Veterinarians Australia, St Leonards, Australia
Citation
Proceedings of the 30th Bain Fallon Memorial Lectures: Dermatology, Reproduction, Dentistry and Evidence-Based Medicine, Cairns, Queensland, Australia, 14-18 July 2008, 2008, pp 6-32

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