Skin & allergy center

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Treatment

  • Diagnosis and treatment of skin and hair condition such as mangy, infections, hair loss, dandruff, scabs, itching, scratching, body odor and a lump on its skin.
  • Detection of demodicosis, mites in auditory canal, external parasites such as fleas, lice, ticks,fungus, bacteria and yeast, which cause various skin diseases. Treatment addresses the rootcause.
  • Diagnosis and treatment of diseases related to auditory canal.
  • – Test skin allergies caused by genetics (Atopy) by injecting a small amount of Intradermal Skin Test and conducting ELISA Test from blood samples.
  • Immunotherapy(Immunotherapy)
  • Skin Biopsy (Skin Biopsy)
  • Laser therapy(Laser therapy)

  • Microscope
  • Methylene blue dye and liquid paraffin
  • Photographic x-ray film
  • Skin graft blade, clear scotch tape, cotton swab
  • Digital otoscope
  • Lamp to detect fungus
  • A set of allergy test equipment or Intradermal Skin Test

A pug, 6 months old, was admitted to the Skin and Allergy Centerbecause it had severe skin problems.The puppy was previously treated at another clinic which diagnosed the symptom as allergy. The pet received the medication. But the owner found its condition getting worse with moreskin inflammations.

picture 1-4: Skin inflammation on the first day of admission.

After receiving thorough diagnosis again by skin biopsy, it was found that the dog haddemodicosis caused by demodex canis. Cytology examination also showed that the dog had skin and hair follicle inflammation from bacterial infection complications.

pictures 5-7: Demodex canis

After that, the dog was treated systematically by taking demodex canis drug treatment once a day with skin healer drop at the back of the dog neck all week. At the same time, it receives appropriate antibioticsto treat skin infections both as intake and external use, as well as constant follow-up.

picture 8-10: After 2 weeks of treatment

Within the first 2 weeks of treatment, skin inflammation was significantly reduced. Lesions in different parts of the body began to dry up. The dog scratched its body less often. The treatment continueduninterruptedly. Skin biopsy was done once every 3-4 weeks until the demodex canis was not detected. When the mites were not found after two consecutive examinations, the treatment ended.

picture 11-13 : After 4 weeks of treatment./span>

+ Clinic Informations

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Treatment

  • Diagnosis and treatment of skin and hair condition such as mangy, infections, hair loss, dandruff, scabs, itching, scratching, body odor and a lump on its skin.
  • Detection of demodicosis, mites in auditory canal, external parasites such as fleas, lice, ticks,fungus, bacteria and yeast, which cause various skin diseases. Treatment addresses the rootcause.
  • Diagnosis and treatment of diseases related to auditory canal.
  • – Test skin allergies caused by genetics (Atopy) by injecting a small amount of Intradermal Skin Test and conducting ELISA Test from blood samples.
  • Immunotherapy(Immunotherapy)
  • Skin Biopsy (Skin Biopsy)
  • Laser therapy(Laser therapy)

  • Microscope
  • Methylene blue dye and liquid paraffin
  • Photographic x-ray film
  • Skin graft blade, clear scotch tape, cotton swab
  • Digital otoscope
  • Lamp to detect fungus
  • A set of allergy test equipment or Intradermal Skin Test
+ Case study

A pug, 6 months old, was admitted to the Skin and Allergy Centerbecause it had severe skin problems.The puppy was previously treated at another clinic which diagnosed the symptom as allergy. The pet received the medication. But the owner found its condition getting worse with moreskin inflammations.

picture 1-4: Skin inflammation on the first day of admission.

After receiving thorough diagnosis again by skin biopsy, it was found that the dog haddemodicosis caused by demodex canis. Cytology examination also showed that the dog had skin and hair follicle inflammation from bacterial infection complications.

pictures 5-7: Demodex canis

After that, the dog was treated systematically by taking demodex canis drug treatment once a day with skin healer drop at the back of the dog neck all week. At the same time, it receives appropriate antibioticsto treat skin infections both as intake and external use, as well as constant follow-up.

picture 8-10: After 2 weeks of treatment

Within the first 2 weeks of treatment, skin inflammation was significantly reduced. Lesions in different parts of the body began to dry up. The dog scratched its body less often. The treatment continueduninterruptedly. Skin biopsy was done once every 3-4 weeks until the demodex canis was not detected. When the mites were not found after two consecutive examinations, the treatment ended.

picture 11-13 : After 4 weeks of treatment./span>