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Journal October 2012 (Vol 34, No 10)

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Applied Dermatology: Sebaceous Adenitis in Dogs by Andrew Simpson , DVM, Lindsay McKay , DVM, DACVD

1. Sebaceous adenitis is commonly reported in
2. Which is a clinical sign of sebaceous adenitis?
3. The differential diagnosis for sebaceous adenitis could include
4. ________ is not a proposed etiology for primary sebaceous adenitis.
5. Treatment for sebaceous adenitis should not include
6. Which is an adverse effect of retinoid therapy?
7. Which is an effect of cyclosporine?
8. A middle-aged dog with bilaterally symmetric alopecia and adherent scale initially presents with lesions on the dorsal cervical region and head. What would be an appropriate initial diagnostic test?
9. Which statement is true regarding cyclosporine therapy for sebaceous adenitis?
10. Which statement regarding sebaceous adenitis is true?
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