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Dermatology
Welsh Terrier with pruritus on the legs and back - Part 1
DER196   Author: Dr. Stefanie Peters
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A 4 year-old male Welsh Terrier is referred to you because of pruritus on the legs and back, as well as malodour for some months. Your general examination is normal. The dermatological examination shows a seborrhea oleosa and a hyperkeratosis on the front legs and the back, as well as a bilateral ceruminous otitis externa.
Which differential diagnosis is the most likely for you?
a) Adverse drug reaction
b) Canine scabies
c) Dermatophytosis due to Mikrosporum canis
d) Demodicosis
 





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