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Dermatology
Shorthair cat with crusty, non pruritic lesions - Part 7
DER217   Author: Dr. Stefanie Peters
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You started a combination therapy which is thought to be the therapy of choice in feline PF. The owner brings an almost completely cured cat after 4 weeks of therapy (picture 1), and also the PD/PU and incontinence are gone.
What combination did you choose?
a) Corticosteroid plus chlorambucil
b) Corticosteroid plus cyclosporin A
c) Corticosteroid plus vitamine E
d) Corticosteroid plus aurothioglucose
e) Corticosteroid plus pentoxifylline
 





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