We asked, and dvm360 survey respondents answered. Heres what these veterinary professionals do when it comes to performing and examining fungal cultures in their practices.
A fungal culture is the well-known gold standard for diagnosing ringworm. And the goal of most skin scrapings is to, of course, identify parasites. But how are these skin scrapings and culture tests being carried out in the average veterinary practice-and how does it compare to what's being done in your own practice? Your fellow veterinarians took to answering in a recent dvm360 survey. Click here or on the photo below for a better (and downloadable!) look: