Karen Kuhl, DVM, DACVD
Diagnosing and treating superficial pyoderma (Proceedings)
Superficial and deep pyodermas are undoubtedly among the most common problems a veterinary practitioner faces.
Sarcoptes and Cheyletiella (Proceedings)
Any time you are faced with an atopic patient who has sudden intensification of pruritus, these mites should be an important part of your diagnosis.
Topical solutions for allergy, pyoderma and scaling disorders (Proceedings)
When talking about topicals, it is necessary to first understand the basic functions of the skin and how the skin performs these.
Canine and feline demodicosis (Proceedings)
Canine demodicosis has also been called follicular mange or red mange.
A logical approach to pruritus (Proceedings)
Being confronted with a pruritic dog or cat is an extremely common occurrence in general veterinary practice. So, we need to be prepared.
An update on dermatophytosis (Proceedings)
Dermatophytosis is another of our common diagnoses, especially in general practice.