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Journal March 2010 (Vol 31, No 3)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Canine Demodicosis [CE]

1. Puppies usually acquire D. canis
2. Which form of canine demodicosis should not be treated with miticidal therapy?
3. A 6-year-old dog is diagnosed with canine demodicosis, and all of its feet are affected. Which form of the disease does this dog have?
4. Which underlying condition could be associated with adult-onset, generalized demodicosis?
5. Which clinical feature(s) can be seen with canine demodicosis?
6. The most reliable method of diagnosing canine demodicosis is
7. The only FDA-approved treatment for canine demodicosis is
8. Patients should be treated with miticidal therapy until
9. Patients are considered cured of generalized demodicosis
10. Which demodicosis case carries the poorest prognosis?
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