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Aim: The aim of this study was to determine and identify the dermatophytosis of hair samples taken from Mackenzie's toothbrush technique from cats and dogs without any symptoms in terms of dermatophytosis. Materials and Methods: In our study, the whole body was scanned and hair samples were taken...

Author(s)
Selvİ, B. İ.; Yıldırım, M.
Publisher
Selcuk Universitesi Veteriner Fakultesi, Konya, Turkey
Citation
Eurasian Journal of Veterinary Sciences, 2019, 35, 3, pp 170-174
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The present research was aimed to determine the prevalence of dermatophytes isolated from symptomatic dogs and cats, within a 15-year-period, in the city of Istanbul, Turkey. Dermatological specimens were collected from 1504 dogs and 846 cats, which were presented clinical signs of ringworm. Direct ...

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Sığırcı, B. D.; Metıner, K.; Çelık, B.; Kahraman, B. B.; İkİz, S.; Bağcıgıl, A. F.; Özgür, N. Y.; Ak, S.
Publisher
Afyon Kocatepe University Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Afyonkarahisar, Turkey
Citation
Kocatepe Veterinary Journal, 2019, 12, 2, pp 116-121
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Background: Dermatophytosis is a frequent cutaneous infection affecting the keratinized tissues of humans, pets and livestock. Animals can carry dermatophytic elements asymptomatically and are considered to play an important role in the epidemiology of the disease. As exposure to any infected...

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Moosavi, A.; Ghazvini, R. D.; Ahmadikia, K.; Hashemi, S. J.; Geramishoar, M.; Mohebali, M.; Yekaninejad, M. S.; Bakhshi, H.; Khodabakhsh, M.
Publisher
Elsevier Masson, Paris, France
Citation
Journal de Mycologie Médicale, 2019, 29, 1, pp 14-18
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Background: Between 2000 and 2012, nine cats were examined with a visually distinctive, progressive crusting dermatitis that was poorly responsive to all attempted therapies. Objectives: Documentation of clinical and histopathological findings of this disease. Animals: Nine privately owned cats....

Author(s)
Outerbridge, C. A.; Affolter, V. K.; Lyons, L. A.; Crothers, S. L.; Lam, A. T. H.; Bonenberger, T. E.; Ihrke, P. J.; White, S. D.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Dermatology, 2018, 29, 1, pp 81-e33
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Background: qPCR is used to test for dermatophytosis. Objectives: To determine the clinical usefulness of a commercial qPCR for confirming dermatophytosis in lesional cats, and the clinical usefulness of the qPCR Microsporum spp. and/or M. canis assay for confirming mycological cure. Animals: Fifty ...

Author(s)
Moriello, K. A.; Leutenegger, C. M.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Dermatology, 2018, 29, 1, pp 66-e26
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The Van cat is a domestic landrace found in the Van province of eastern Turkey. In this study, we aimed to determine the seasonal carriage of dermatophytes in Van cats without clinical lesions. A total of 264 hair specimens were collected from clinically healthy cats in and around the Van Province. ...

Author(s)
Ilhan, Z.; Karaca, M.; Ekİn, I. H.; Solmaz, H.; Akkan, H. A.; Tutuncu, M.
Publisher
Sociedade Brasileira de Microbiologia, São Paulo, Brazil
Citation
Brazilian Journal of Microbiology, 2016, 47, 1, pp 225-230
Abstract

Effect of topical Tamarix aphylla on lesions caused by dermatophytosis on cats and In Vitro culture is described. For topical application in cats, 20 mg/ml T. aphylla in distilled water (DW) was used. Topical 20 mg/ml ketoconazole and distilled water (DW) were used as controls. The products were...

Author(s)
Khezrian, A.; Bahmani, K.
Publisher
Online Journal of Veterinary Research, Toowoomba, Australia
Citation
Online Journal of Veterinary Research, 2017, 21, 9, pp 595-599
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Dermatophytosis is an infectious and zoonotic disease caused by fungal agents that affect the keratin layer of hair follicles, nails and epidermis. The causative agents of dermatophytosis are Microsporum, Trichophyton and Epidermophyton species. In this study, a total of 102 skin scarpings and hair ...

Author(s)
Yapıcıer, Ö. Ș.; Șababoğlu, E.; Öztürk, D.; Pehlİvanoğlu, F.; Kaya, M.; Türütoğlu, H.
Publisher
Mehmet Akif Ersoy Üniversity, Burdur, Turkey
Citation
Veterinary Journal of Mehmet Akif Ersoy University, 2017, 2, 2, pp 125-130
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The aim of this study was to standardize a multiplex PCR (mPCR) reaction to detect Microsporum canis, Microsporum gypseum and the Trichophyton mentagrophytes complex in dog and cat fur and/or crusts. 250 fur and/or crusts samples from dogs and cats were analyzed by direct examination and culture,...

Author(s)
Leal, C. A. S.; Kim, P. C. P.; Almeida, J. C.; Melo, R. P. B.; Santos, A. S.; Lima, D. C. V.; Pinheiro Júnior, J. W.; Mota, R. A.
Publisher
Colégio Brasileiro de Patologia Animal, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Citation
Pesquisa Veterinária Brasileira, 2018, 38, 9, pp 1824-1828
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Dermatophytes are considered one of the important zoonotic superficial fungal skin diseases in different animal species in the world especially among immunocompromised, stressed and senile individuals. The disease affects the animal productivity, leather industry (cattle), animal performance...

Author(s)
ElAshmawy, W. R.; Ali, M. E.
Publisher
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Alexandria University, Behira, Egypt
Citation
Alexandria Journal of Veterinary Sciences, 2016, 49, 2, pp 126-132

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