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Posted on Jan.08, 2012, under Misc
Alopecia is the partial or complete lack of hairs in areas where they are normally present. Hair loss is a sign and its underlying cause must be determined for the condition to be successfully treated. If a dog has hair loss and is also scratching the area excessively, the itching should be investigated first.
There are many causes of hair loss, which can be congenital or acquired. Congenital means the animal is born with the condition. Congenital hair loss may or may not be hereditary. It may be apparent at or shortly after birth. In acquired hair loss, the dog is born with normal hair coat. It has or had normal follicle at one time, and is or was capable of producing structurally normal hairs. Any disease that can affect hair follicles can cause hair loss. Acquired hair loss can be inflammatory or noninflammatory.
Disease that can directly cause destruction or damage to the hair shaft or follicle include bacterial, fungal or parasitic infections, skin trauma such as burns, and poisoning caused by mercury, thallium, or iodine. These diseases tend to be inflammatory. (continue reading…)
Posted on May.25, 2010, under Tutorial
Detected the pathogen from the British tropical medicine, Sir William Boog Leishman was in 1900 in India. The dog is to be the most important endemic pathogen reservoir for human leishmaniasis, which occurs at present in central and northern Africa, Magadaskar and Brazil and in southern Europe, central France and western Switzerland. (continue reading…)
Posted on Aug.22, 2009, under Veterinary Drug
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