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- SAIJONMAA‐KOULUMIES, LEENA E.; LLOYD, DAVID H.
- Veterinary dermatology 1996 v.7 no.3 pp. 153-162
- Staphylococcus aureus; Staphylococcus intermedius; ambient temperature; bacteria; dogs; flora; humidity; nutrient availability; pathogens; skin folds; sons; veterinary medicine
- ... Abstract Aspects of colonization of the canine skin with bacteria are reviewed. Owing to variability in sampling techniques, anatomical sites involved and lack of temporal studies, there is still controversy as to which bacteria are residents or transients on the canine skin. The establishment of the cutaneous flora is determined by the ability of bacteria to adhere to canine corneocytes, to use a ...
- SCHROEDER, HEIDI; SWAN, GERRY E.; BERRY, WAYNE L.; PEARSON, JOYCE
- Veterinary dermatology 1996 v.7 no.3 pp. 163-170
- Staphylococcus aureus; anti-inflammatory agents; biopsy; combination drug therapy; dermatitis; dog diseases; dogs; emulsions; histopathology; inflammation; neomycin; prednisolone; pruritus; randomized clinical trials; topical application
- ... Abstract The efficacy of a topical antimicrobial‐corticosteroid combination for the treatment of pyotraumatic dermatitis in dogs, was investigated. An open‐ended, double‐blind, randomized trial design was used. Forty dogs were divided into two vehicle‐treated control groups and three treatment groups. The dogs in the respective treatment groups were treated with emulsions of either neomycin, predn ...