3 Must-reads on veterinary dermatology
From learning how to better diagnose and treat itchy patients to tips for communicating with pet owners about skin conditions, there's something for everyone to enjoy.
This time of year, you're likely to experience an influx of itchy patients coming into the clinic meaning more dermatology exams and trying to educate frustrated clients about various skin conditions.
The following 3 articles break down how to best communicate with your clients about dermatology, highlight some common red flags to look for during exams, and offer guidance on providing optimal diagnostics and treatment for your patients. Happy reading!
- Think like a dermatologist: The untangling itch: Dermatology expert Jennifer Schissler, DVM, MS, offers tips for providing optimal diagnostics and treatments to patients with skin concerns.
- 5-tips for discussing dermatology with veterinary clients: Veterinary dermatologist Ashley Bourgeois, DVM, DACVD, shares invaluable advice on how to communicate with owners about often confounding skin conditions.
- Watch for these red flags in your veterinary derm exams: One of the most challenging things about veterinary dermatology is that many skin conditions look alike. This is due to a limited number of reaction patterns in the skin. In this article, you'll find out how to check every nook and cranny so you can make a proper diagnosis.