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ZoomDER191   Boxer with skin lesions - Part 1
An 8 year-old Boxer, female spayed, is referred to you because of several skin lesions. The referring veterinarian suspects “acral lick granuloma”. Author: Dr. Stefanie Peters
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ZoomDER194   English Bulldog with chronic recurrent "nodules" - Part 1
A five year-old intact male English Bulldog has chronic recurrent `nodules` in the interdigital spaces especially of the front legs. The lesions are developing spontaneously and fast and then the dog licks on them. Sometimes they rupture and show a serosanguineous discharge. Author: Dr. Stefanie Peters
DER195   Part 2

ZoomDER196   Welsh Terrier with pruritus on the legs and back - Part 1
A 4 year-old male Welsh Terrier is referred to you because of pruritus on legs and back and malodour for some months. Your general examination is normal. Author: Dr. Stefanie Peters
DER197   Part 2

ZoomDER198   Labrador Retriever with skin problems - Part 1
A 9 year-old Labrador Retriever presents with skin problems for 2 years. The lesions start as oozing wounds on head, scrotum and rump. Some of them healed completely, others seemed to close and then opened up again. Treatment with antibiotics and corticosteroid creams showed no improvement. Author: Dr. Stefanie Peters
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ZoomDER202   8 year-old mixed breed dog - Part 1
A 8 year-old mixed breed dog is presented because she is licking her paws for some weeks. Additionally, she rubs her nose on the floor from time to time. Author: Dr. Stefanie Peters
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ZoomDER207   Boxer, bilateral hairless areas - Part 1
This female spayed Boxer is presented because of bilateral hairless areas in the flank region which are slowly progressing (pictures 1 and 2). Similar changes were already seen one year ago at the same time of the year (autumn). Author: Dr. Stefanie Peters
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ZoomDER211   Shorthair cat with crusty, non pruritic lesions - Part 1
A 4 year-old female spayed Domestic Shorthair cat is presented as an emergency. The owner reports that about one week ago crusty, non pruritic lesions were noted around both eyes, on the pinnae on an on the bridge of the nose (pictures 1 and 2). Author: Dr. Stefanie Peters
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ZoomDER218   Dobermann with a thin haircoat - Part 1
A 15 month-old female dobermann is seen in your practice. The owners are very sad because the haircoat of their dog is getting progessively thinner. They bought the dog at 4 months age and the haircoat was pretty normal. Author: Dr. Stefanie Peters
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ZoomDER222   A dog with severe bleeding of the margins of both ears - Part 1
A 5 year-old mixed breed dog is seen in your practice as an emergency because of severe bleeding of the margins of both ears which the owners tried to stop with tapes (picture 1). Similar problems have occurred several times over the last couple weeks but never so bad as this time. 3 days before the dog had also shown epistaxis. Author: Dr. Stefanie Peters

DER370   ESAVS Distance-Learning Dermatology II - Part 1
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DER391   Part 22  Members
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