April 29, 2017
Here are 3 lesions in 3 different dogs. Three great cases all posted on TapVet to help educate, ask for opinions and motivate, allowing everyone of us to function in a multi-man practice.
Case 1: One year old Wheaten - chronic ulcerative lesion at mucocutaneous junction.
Diagnosis : Discoid Lupus responsive to Tacrolimus topical.
Case 2: Five year old Poodle with erosive lesion on nose.
Diagnosis: MRSP diagnosed with culture and biopsy - responsive to mupirocin ointment and oral doxycycline.
Case 3: Six year old Sheppard with 2 linear lesions extending from the mucocutaneous junction. Non pruritic
Diagnosis : Open Treatment : topical steroids with antibiotics