Rusty Muse, DVM, DACVD
Hitting a brick wall with your dermatology patients? If your recommendations for topical therapies are going nowhere, make sure youre not inadvertently doing anything on this list.
When things go awry with the stratum corneuma bricks-and-mortar structure of corneocytes and lipidsatopic dermatitis may be a result. Researchers are trying to fit the pieces together.
Topical therapy is an important - and in many cases essential - component of successfully managing allergic dermatitis in dogs. When used as an adjunctive treatment for generalized disease, topical therapy often minimizes dependence on systemic medications that may be deleterious to the patient's health. In addition, topical therapy may be more effective in treating localized or regionalized pruritus.
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