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Skin Diseases Pruritic Notes
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3. Skin Diseases - Pruritic Definition : The sensation that provokes the desire to scratch, rub, chew, or lick. Pruritus is an indicator of inflammed skin. Clinical Signs
• History e.g. common complaint
• Scratching, licking, biting or chewing
• Evidence of self trauma and cutaneous inflammation may be necessary to make the diagnosis
• In cats, which can be secretive lickers, alopecia without inflammation, may be the only sign.
• Visible excoriations, erythema, alopecia, lichenification (chronic) Causes : Parasitic
• Fleas, scabies, demodex, otodectes, notoedres, cheyletiella, trombicula, lice, pelodera, endoparasite migration. Allergic
• Parasite allergy, atopy, food allergy, contact allergy, drug allergy, "bacterial hypersensitivity". Bacterial/fungal
• Staph. Pyoderma, Malassezia pachydermatis, Dermatophytosis. Miscellaneous
• Primary and seconday seborrhea, calcinosis cutis, cutaneous neoplasia, immune mediated dermatosis and endocrine dermatosis can be variably pruritic. Endocrinopathies generally cause non-pruritic dermatoses, while secondary seborrhea or pyoderma can elicit pruritus. Dogs Fleas Scabies Demodex Pyoderma Seborrhea Atopy Acral Lick Dermatitis
Cats Fleas Eosinophilic Plaque Otodectes Food Allergy
• History and Physical exam
• Age o Young →Flea allergy, scabies. Demodex, Ear Mites, Internal parasite hypersensitivity o Adults → Atopy, Food Allergy, Pyoderma, Seborrhea
• Breed Predisposition o Golden Retrievers and Terriers → Atopy o Sharpeis → Demodex, pyoderma, atopy, food allergy
• Diet o Food allergies o Lipid def. may result in pruritis or exacerbate other conditions
• Environment → other animals, parasites, dust mites
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