Miller recommended 2 books that can help clinicians diagnose facial dermatologic diseases:
- Small Animal Dermatology: A Color Atlas and Therapeutic Guide, by Keith A. Hnilica and Adam P. Patterson, particularly the sections on differentials based on bodily regions and on primary and secondary lesions
- Small Animal Dermatology, by Miller Griffin Campbell, particularly the sections on breed predictions for skin diseases and regional diagnosis of non-neoplastic dermatoses
“Having a workbook and a workflow . . . can really help you make your list of differentials smaller. . . . There’s a billion and one diseases; I’m trying to make it so you can compartmentalize and make it easier,” Miller said.