Sarcoptic mange

4 Sarcoptic mange


The clinical signs can range from subtle lesions with marked pruritus to severe lesions. The primary lesions include erythematous and/or crusted papules, and secondary lesions include crusts, lichenification, scaling and hyperpigmentation. Initial lesion distribution tends to be on the ear margins, elbows, sternum and the hocks. If untreated the lesions can become widespread and often affect the demeanour of the dog, as in this case.

The physical and dermatological examination revealed:

Sep 3, 2016 | Posted by in SMALL ANIMAL | Comments Off on Sarcoptic mange

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