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Clinical aspects of dermatophytosis in dogs

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Dermatophytosis in dogs is variable and can clinically mimics other skin diseases. Diagnosis based on clinical presentation may be misleading and additional laboratory tests are needed for a final diagnosis. A systematic diagnostic procedure can prevent a wrong diagnosis and allow for the right treatment.
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07
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4
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p.333-336,ref.
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  • Agricultural University of Warsaw, Nowoursynowska 159c, Warsaw, Poland
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