Elizabeth F Falk

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BACKGROUND Chemotherapy-induced alopecia (CIA) is common in humans, but there are limited reports describing the clinical features of CIA in dogs. OBJECTIVES To describe the epidemiological and clinical characteristics of doxorubicin-associated alopecia (DAA) in canine patients at a teaching hospital from 2012 to 2014. ANIMALS Signalment, diagnosis,(More)
Cutaneous horns (CHs) are conical hyperkeratotic cutaneous protrusions that appear similar to animal horns but lack bone. The term “cutaneous horn” is a morphological description, not a true pathological diagnosis. Human CHs occur in association with diseases such as actinic and seborrhoeic keratoses molluscum contagiosum, verruca vulgaris, basal cell(More)
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