Eosinophilic dermatoses

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Eosinophilic diseases are a heterogeneous group that may involve a variety of different organs such as the lungs, intestines and skin. What these diseases all have in common is the eosinophil. Eosinophils are phagocytic cells in the granulocyte lineage, as are neutrophils and basophils, which are produced in the bone marrow. This chapter will look at feline eosinophilic dermatitis, differential diagnosis, clinical approach, treatment; feline mosquito bite hypersensitivity, differential diagnosis, clinical approach, treatment; Canine eosinophilic dermatoses, differential diagnosis, clinical approach and treatment.

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32.2 Domestic Shorthaired cat with an indolent ulcer.
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32.3 Domestic Shorthaired cat with an eosinophilic plaque.
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32.4 Domestic Shorthaired cat with a linear granuloma.
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32.5 Domestic Shorthaired cat with miliary lesions on the pre-auricular skin.
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32.6 Domestic Shorthaired cat with oral lesions (granuloma).
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32.7 Domestic Shorthaired cat with chin oedema.
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32.10 Samoyed with canine facial eosinophilic folliculitis and furunculosis.

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