By Ralf S. Mueller
This publication offers completely with the equine dermatological difficulties that the clinician is probably to determine within the perform, ideal for the practitioner who needs to speedy diagnose and deal with the issues. The hugely illustrated layout is helping advisor the practitioner in the direction of an efficient prognosis and therapy plan. assurance progresses from a close description of all diagnostic checks and techniques, to medical overview of the sufferer and attempt effects, to presentation of the cures which are life like for the concerned. The drug details is selective and designed to respond to the questions the practitioner is probably to have. therapy protocols for bacterial infections, pruritus, fungal infections and ectoparasitcal infections are mentioned intimately. Over eighty colour photographs in addition to tables and circulate charts offer easy accessibility to big diagnostic and remedy information.
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Using small instruments such as an ophthalmic rat tooth forceps will facilitate the biopsy procedure. The tissue is rolled on gauze to gently blot blood. ✓ The unit of tissue and cardboard is placed in 10% formalin (tissue side down) and allowed to fix for several hours before sectioning. The volume of formalin required is at least 10 times the volume of the sample. Nodules should be sectioned into 1-cm thick pieces to allow adequate penetration of the formalin into the center of the lesion. qxd 10/8/13 9:01 AM Page 33 Figure 1-40 The punch is placed vertically onto the surface and rotated in only one direction.
Nodules may be neoplastic and should be biopsied. ✓ Any suspected disease for which treatment is expensive and/or life-threatening should be confirmed histopathologically. qxd 10/8/13 9:01 AM Page 30 ✓ Finally, one of the best reasons to perform a skin biopsy is to rule out other diagnoses. I think this is an allergy but... In such a situation, the biopsy report of chronic hyperplastic dermatitis with mononuclear and/or eosinophilic perivascular infiltrate is consistent with this and other dermatoses have been eliminated.
In most patients, cytologic examination will narrow the list of differential diagnoses, but a biopsy will be necessary to reach a definitive diagnosis. With nodular lesions, a complete excision of one or several nodules is ideal where possible. If draining tracts are present and/or cytology indicates possible infection, a culture and sensitivity may be useful as well. Deep tissue should be submitted rather than a culture swab.
Dermatology for the Equine Practitioner by Ralf S. Mueller