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Background: Canine generalized demodicosis is a common parasitic disease caused by the proliferation of Demodex mites. The introduction of isoxazoline class treatments in veterinary dermatology has resulted in apparently effective treatment of generalized demodicosis. The objective of this study...

Author(s)
Djuric, M.; Matic, N. M.; Davitkov, D.; Glavinic, U.; Davitkov, D.; Vejnovic, B.; Stanimirovic, Z.
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Parasites and Vectors, 2019, 12, 270, pp (28 May 2019)
Abstract

Background: Fluralaner and afoxolaner are isoxazolines licensed for the treatment of flea and tick infestations. Isoxazolines have also shown efficacy for treatment of demodicosis. Nothing is known about the impact of these compounds on the populations of Demodex in healthy dogs....

Author(s)
Zewe, C. M.; Altet, L.; Lam, A. T. H.; Ferrer, L.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Dermatology, 2017, 28, 5, pp 468-e107
AbstractFull Text

Canine demodicosis (CD) is an inflammatory skin disease caused by excessive proliferation of Demodex mites (Acarina: Demodicidae) former in the dogs' follicles latter in the sebaceous glands. To date Demodex canis, D. injai, and D. cornei are the three Demodex species that recognized in the...

Author(s)
Pekmezcİ, G. Z.; Pekmezcİ, D.; Bolukbas, C. S.
Publisher
Afyon Kocatepe University Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Afyonkarahisar, Turkey
Citation
Kocatepe Veterinary Journal, 2018, 11, 4, pp 430-433
Abstract

Background: Demodex cati and Demodex gatoi are considered the two Demodex species of cats. However, several reports have identified Demodex mites morphologically different from these two species. The differentiation of Demodex mites is usually based on morphology, but within the same species...

Author(s)
Ferreira, D.; Sastre, N.; Ravera, I.; Altet, L.; Francino, O.; Bardagí, M.; Ferrer, L.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Dermatology, 2015, 26, 4, pp 239-e53
AbstractFull Text

The aim of this study was to investigate the morphology of Demodex canis and Demodex sp. cornei found in six dogs with canine demodicosis. A deep skin scraping technique was used for Demodex mite detection. Measurement data of 52 adult D. canis mites (26 females, 25 males and one specimen whose sex ...

Author(s)
Moskvina, T. V.
Publisher
Fakultet Veterinarske Medicine, Univerziteta u Beogradu, Beograd, Serbia
Citation
Acta Veterinaria (Beograd), 2017, 67, 1, pp 82-91
Abstract

Widespread incidence of Demodex mites throughout the mammalian class and occasional serious and fatal outcomes in dogs warrant an insight into the host-parasite interface especially. Therefore, this study was aimed to unravel the interplay between innate immune response and canine demodicosis. The ...

Author(s)
Kumari, P.; Nigam, R.; Choudhury, S.; Singh, S. K.; Yadav, B.; Kumar, D.; Garg, S. K.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Parasite Immunology, 2018, 40, 3, pp e12509
Abstract

Background: Canine demodicosis is classified as localised or generalised according to the extent of the disease. Chronic generalised demodicosis is a difficult skin disease to treat and unlikely to resolve without therapy. This laboratory study compared the efficacy of two topical spot-on...

Author(s)
Fourie, J. J.; Meyer, L.; Thomas, E.
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Parasites and Vectors, 2019, 12, 59, pp (25 January 2019)
Abstract

Demodecosis canina is one of the most important dog parasitoses, but its aetiology is still not well known. There are currently two known species of demodecid mite specific to the domestic dog Canis lupus familiaris Linnaeus, 1758 (Carnivora: Canidae). These are Demodex canis Leydig, 1859...

Author(s)
Izdebska, J. N.; Rolbiecki, L.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Medical and Veterinary Entomology, 2018, 32, 3, pp 346-357
Abstract

Background - It is unproven that all dogs harbour Demodex mites in their skin. In fact, several microscopic studies have failed to demonstrate mites in healthy dogs. Hypothesis/Objectives - Demodex canis is a normal inhabitant of the skin of most, if not all, dogs. This hypothesis was tested using...

Author(s)
Ravera, I.; Altet, L.; Francino, O.; Sánchez, A.; Roldán, W.; Villanueva, S.; Bardagí, M.; Ferrer, L.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Dermatology, 2013, 24, 1, pp 168-e37
Abstract

Demodicosis is a common parasitic skin disease in dogs, and to date three forms of Demodex are recognized as parasitizing dogs. D. injai has been described as a potential cause of the canine disease, however there are few cases reported in literature in the specie, so this work aims to add new...

Author(s)
Cardia, A. S.; Rossi, C. N.; Oliveira, C. D. de
Publisher
Faculdade de Veterinaria, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Niterói, Brazil
Citation
Revista Brasileira de Ciência Veterinária, 2019, 26, 1, pp 3-7

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