By Ralf S. Mueller
This booklet bargains solely with the equine dermatological difficulties that the clinician is probably to work out within the perform, ideal for the practitioner who needs to speedy diagnose and deal with the issues. The hugely illustrated layout is helping advisor the practitioner in the direction of an efficient analysis and therapy plan. assurance progresses from a close description of all diagnostic exams and methods, to scientific overview of the sufferer and try out effects, to presentation of the remedies which are sensible for the concerned. The drug info is selective and designed to respond to the questions the practitioner is probably to have. remedy protocols for bacterial infections, pruritus, fungal infections and ectoparasitcal infections are mentioned intimately. Over eighty colour photos in addition to tables and circulation charts supply easy access to special diagnostic and therapy information.
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This will give clues to the source of the dermatophyte and its zoonotic potential. ✓ T. equinum grows as a flat colony with a white to cream-colored, powdery surface and a deep yellow pigment can be visualized on the back of the colony (reverse pigment) (Figures 1-34 and 1-35). Stalked microconidia are seen microscopically, macroconidia are less common (Figure 1-36). Figure 1-34 (Left) Trichophyton equinum, culture. (Courtesy of Dr. ) Figure 1-35 (Right) Trichophyton equinum culture seen from the bottom, note the yellow-to-brown reverse pigment.
Horse and owner IgE identify offending allergens and allow formulation of immunotherapy Pediculosis (caused by Dorsum, neck, tail, limbs Microscopic evaluation of Fipronil or pyrethroid Good biting lice [Damalina equi] (Figures 2-5, 2-6, and 2-7) groomings sprays, ivermectin beyond or sucking lice the life cycle (thus for at [Haematopinus asini]) least 4 weeks), organophosphate rinses. 79). Drug reaction Urticaria, papules and/or pruritus, Usually presumptive through Discontinue and avoid Good may start at mucocutaneous avoidance, biopsy may be helpful.
Qxd 10/8/13 9:01 AM Page 43 Figure 2-1 Papules and crusts on the neck of a 12 year old female Mule with insect bite hypersensitivity. Figure 2-2 Trunkal urticaria of a horse. Figure 2-3 Urticarial hives on the lateral chest. qxd 10/8/13 9:01 AM Page 44 Figure 2-4 Pruritus with “nibbling” of distal limbs in an 11 year old mare. Figure 2-5 Multifocal alopecia due to self trauma in a horse with lice. (Courtesy of Dr. ) Figure 2-6 Close up of a lice infested horse. Note the numerous lice eggs or nits.
Dermatology for the Equine Practitioner by Ralf S. Mueller