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- Atopic dermatitis in the dog
This article describes atopic dermatitis and its current treatment.
- Canine Histiocytosis
This site was developed to provide a current information source for dog owners, clinical veterinarians and pathologists who wrestle dissecting the intricacies of diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of the spectrum of canine histiocytic proliferative diseases.
- Classic Cases In Veterinary Dermatology
European Society of Veterinary Dermatology Cases of the Month 1993-1994.
- Dermatologie Parasitaire Du Chien
This French-language *only* dermatology site covers parasites, lesions, diagnosis, and symptoms in dogs. Site is entirely in French.
Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine Teaching Hospital & Clinics Dermatology Service is a full-time specialty service for investigating and managing skin diseases and allergy in all species of animals.
- Dermatology lectures
From the University of Tennessee's dermatology service: recent CE lectures include information on atopica, atopy, dermatologic patterns, and pseudomonas and malassezia infections.
- Diagnosis in Dermatology: Lesions
This site provides definitions and descriptions of primary and secondary skin lesions.
- Fleas Factsheet
Provides a concise description of flea biology, products and some general strategies to eliminate fleas.
- Information Sources in Dermatology
Links to selected sites in dermatology, including directories, databases, topic/disease resources, organizations and professional and patient information. From the University of Leicester library.
- Mycology Online
Images and information (Fungal Descriptions section) are arranged in taxonomic groups and include dermatophytes, yeasts, and zygomycetes -- as well as several other groups less applicable to veterinary medicine. Each group includes microscopic descriptions, photos, and clinical significance. Other sections cover Laboratory Methods, Photo Gallery, Mycoses, etc. A PDF file of Practical Identification Of Dermatophytes is included.
- Pollen Library
This website can help practitioners formulate plans for desensitization of atopic animals through knowledge of the pollens specific to a location. Vets can search the pollen library for listing of specific tree and weed pollens, broken down by the season.
- Sebaceous Adenitis
The OFA offers breeders and veterinarians phenotypic evaluation for SA through skin biopsy. Website contains general information, submission forms, and a list of dermatopathologists and laboratories.
- UT Skin Vet
This Web resource was created to facilitate the practice of veterinary dermatology. There are educational presentations, diagnostic tests, links to dermatology sites, and more.
- Veterinary dermatology case reviews
- Veterinary Dermatology Journal
- Veterinary Dermatology Teaching Slides
These slides are used by fourth year students at the University of Glasgow to study different examples of dermatological findings in a pathology class. Slides include Skin Smears And Touch Preparations, Parasites Found On Skin Scraping Or Tape Strip, Dermatophytes Found On Skin Scraping, and Culture Plates.
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