Alice M. Jeromin, RPh, DVM, DACVD
Dr. Jeromin is a pharmacist and veterinary dermatologist in private practice in Cleveland, Ohio. She is a 1989 graduate of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine and an adjunct professor at Case Western Reserve University's College of Medicine in Cleveland. Dr. Jeromin serves on DVM Newsmagazine's Editorial Advisory Board.
IAMS NUTRITION INSIDER FOR THE VETERINARY TEAM - Jul 01, 2008
A recent double-blind study compares the performance of three commercial veterinary diets during in-home management of clinical signs in atopic dogs. Also included—Case study—"Cindy"
- May 01, 2008
Cheyletiella mites (walking dandruff) have become an epidemic in our Midwestern practice in the summer, with endemic numbers throughout the year.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Jun 01, 2007
This allergy season in the Midwest appears to be one of the worst in memory.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Nov 01, 2006
The immune system plays a role in the development of juvenile- and adult-onset demodicosis.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Aug 01, 2006
In our practice we actually see more cases of Cheyletiella mites "walking dandruff" than fleas!
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Apr 01, 2006
We are just now determining the best concentration levels to run a skin test for food-storage mites.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Oct 01, 2005
Most clients don't realize that dust mites are found in bedding, carpet, upholstery and mattresses — not in furnace ducts.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Jul 01, 2005
Since a deep secondary pyoderma is usually present, a culture and sensitivity is usually performed.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Apr 01, 2005
Some cats with food-storage mite allergy present with facial excoriation and recurrent otitis.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Jan 01, 2005
Immunotherapy is still the therapy of choice for long-term treatment of atopy.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Apr 01, 2004
Previously, differentials of feline facial pruritus were discussed to include ectoparasites such as flea allergy, otodectes, Notoedres and cheyletiella, food allergy, atopy including possible food storage mite allergy and demodicosis. Less common differentials include infections such as dermatophytosis, viral, and bacterial pyoderma, Malassezia dermatitis, Pemphigus foliaceus (PF) and idiopathic facial dermatitis of the Persian cat. Clinically, many of these diseases appear similar including Pemphigus foliaceus and bacterial pyoderma which can be difficult to differentiate both clinically and histopathologically.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Aug 01, 2003
Q. I have a cat with a rodent ulcer that used to respond to steroid injections. Is there anything new for this?
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Jun 01, 2003
In my last article, I discussed skin diseases that result from not enough sun exposure, i.e. seasonal flank alopecia or light responsive alopecia. With the coming of summer, it is timely to offer attention to skin diseases that are exacerbated by sunlight.
- Apr 01, 2003
At one time or another, we have all made the same mistakes when working up a dermatology case. To help us all save time and get the most information with the least amount of work, I thought I would address what in my referral practice appear to be the most commonly made mistakes when working up a dermatology patient.