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Alopecia

Dog Alopecia X

Alopecia X are not fully researched, this hormonal condition may have many causes, including genetic, stress, parasites or bacteria, nutrition, endocrine problems, and corticosteroids. Hair follicles may be the problem as receptors for sex hormones and growth hormones. This cosmetic condition goes by different names such as Black Skin Disease, Growth Hormone Responsive Alopecia, the Cold Funk, Castration-Responsive Dermatosis and others. Alopecia

Dog Increased Pigmentation

…it may require surgery to remove a tumor of the effected gland. If it is the result of the administration of steroids to the dog, a very slow withdrawal of the steroids will be necessary. • Seasonal flank alopecia or Cyclic alopecia: this is a seasonal hair loss that appears primarily on the flank. It will occur only at certain times of the year during which time the hair does not grow. It is diagnosed through an accurate history and possible…

Cat Flea Allergy Dermatitis

…- either the fleas themselves or their waste. In more advanced cases, not only will the cat scratch in a frenzy and lose its hairs - but you might also witness areas of inflammation on their body. Skin lesions and Alopecia are also symptoms of flea allergy dermatitis in cats.Diagnosis Usually, a normal observation of the cats skin and hair will clarify that a flea allergy is the cause. However, it is also not uncommon for a veterinarian…

Dog Dermatomyositis

…been several possible theories including autoimmune deficiencies and infections along with "hereditary predisposition" for this disease in humans.Signs and Symptoms Symptoms of the disease are inflammation on the muzzle, alopecia (hair loss), a change in pigmentation that is either hypopigmentation or hyperpigmentation, ulceration and erosion of the skin – not to be confused with . There may be some scarring associated with it as well. Signs of…

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