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Dermatology
Labrador Retriever with skin problems - Part 2
DER199   Author: Dr. Stefanie Peters
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The owner tells you that she was with both dogs in southern France on holiday, about 1 year before the signs started. The second dog (son of the patient) and the owner are not affected. Because she is a surgeon herself, she asked to control the leishmaniasis titer twice, in the dog. Both tests were negative.
Would you exclude leishmaniasis with this additional information?
a) Yes
b) No
 





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