Immune-mediated skin disease in the dog and cat

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Abstract

Immune-mediated skin diseases are relatively uncommon and may be confused with a wide range of differential diagnoses. Commonly, they share features of bilateral symmetry and a poor response to antibiotics. The level of the immunological attack in these cases defines the severity and clinical signs in each case. Combined with a careful description of the signs, a clinical diagnosis can be used to direct the confirmatory histopathological diagnosis.

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