An approach to feline-specific conditions

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This chapter covers some of the unique dermatological conditions which cats develop, including alopecia, feline eosinophilic dermatitis, feline mosquito bite hypersensitivity and feline nodular skin diseases.

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23.3 Alopecia in an overgrooming cat.
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23.4 Miliary dermatitis (note that the region has been clipped).
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23.5 Head and neck pruritus.
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23.7 Eosinophilic/indolent ulcers.
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23.8 Eosinophilic plaques on the lips of a cat.
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23.9 Domestic Shorthaired cat with chin swelling due to chin eosinophilic granuloma.
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23.10 Domestic Shorthaired cat with a linear granuloma.
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23.11 Eosinophilic granuloma in the oral cavity of a cat.
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23.12 Cytological examination revealing coccoid bacteria. (Original magnification X1000)
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23.13 Mosquito bite hypersensitivity on the nasal bridge of a cat.
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23.14 Facial dermatitis associated with herpesvirus infection.
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