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Topical therapy: a critical piece of the dermatology puzzle


Pop Goes The Vet star Joya Griffin, DVM, DACVD, offers tips and advice for dealing with difficult dermatology cases

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This segment of dvm360 Live!™ features and important clinicial discussion on dermatology with Joya Griffin, DVM, DACVD, and star of Pop Goes The Vet on Nat Geo Wild. From allergies, to immunotherapy, to topical treatments, Griffin shares her experience as a board-certified dermatologist, and how general practitioners can work with specialists to manage challenging cases.

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Adam Christman, DVM, MBA: What advice would you give to the general practitioner frustrated with their dermatology cases?

Joya Griffin, DVM, DAVCD: Those cases are tough and they do take a lot of time. That’s where your friendly neighborhood dermatologist can come into play. However, it’s really a multimodal approach. You have to individualize it for each patient, reduce the allergic flare, and put the itch out. So if you have something that you can utilize to help make them more comfortable, of course, we always need to do that. Topical therapy is a big piece of the puzzle that I think sometimes is missed.

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