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Dermatology
Dobermann with a thin haircoat - Part 1
DER218   Author: Dr. Stefanie Peters
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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. The problems started slowly at the age of 8 months and progressed soon from the body to head and legs. The dog is not pruritic.
Which 3 differentials would you consider in this patient?
Mark which applies

a) Generalized demodicosis
b) Dermatophytosis
c) Pemphigus erythematosus
d) Follicular dystrophy
e) Cheyletiellosis
 





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