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- Nuttall, Tim; Bensignor, Emmanuel
- Veterinary dermatology 2014 v.25 no.6 pp. 530
- otitis externa, etc ; Malassezia; clinical trials; dogs; ears; edema; erythema; neutrophils; odors; pain; pruritus; therapeutics; veterinary medicine; Show all 13 Subjects
- ... BACKGROUND: The lack of an accepted clinical scoring system in canine otitis externa makes it difficult to compare clinical trials. HYPOTHESIS/OBJECTIVES: To develop a score that is clinically relevant, reliable and sensitive to change. ANIMALS: Client‐owned healthy dogs (n = 55) and dogs with otitis externa (n = 60). METHODS: We compared 0–3 and 0–5 assessments of erythema, oedema/swelling, erosi ...
- Ravens, Philippa A.; Xu, Bei J.; Vogelnest, Linda J.
- Veterinary dermatology 2014 v.25 no.2 pp. 95
- otitis externa, etc ; Malassezia; abdomen; allergens; alopecia; antihistamines; atopic dermatitis; cat breeds; cats; cyclosporine; disease prevalence; face; feet; glucocorticoids; granuloma; immunotherapy; insects; neck; pollen; pruritus; pyoderma; retrospective studies; rump; veterinary medicine; Show all 24 Subjects
- ... BACKGROUND: Atopic dermatitis (AD) is recognized as a common cause of pruritus in cats, but it remains incompletely characterized. HYPOTHESIS/OBJECTIVES: The aim of the study was to evaluate cases of confirmed feline AD. ANIMALS: Fourty‐five cats from a dermatology referral practice (2001–2012). METHODS: A retrospective case record review was carried out using strict diagnostic criteria, including ...