Dermatology - Approach to Non-pruritic Alopecia- Tips to the Root of the Problem

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Alopecia is a relatively common problem in dogs and usually results from self-inflicted damage to the hairs from scratching and/or chewing. Alopecic conditions that are not pruritic are more rarely seen and they can be difficult to diagnose. This lecture will present a methodical approach to these cases and will discuss the diseases causing non-pruritic alopecia in more detail including their etiology, presentation, diagnosis, and treatment.


Jon Hardy

RCVS Specialist in Veterinary Dermatology
EBVS® European Specialist in Veterinary Dermatology



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23 May 2018 Shirley Solihull B90 4NH Book now

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