Cutaneous mucinous vesiculation in a dog with hypothyroidism.

  title={Cutaneous mucinous vesiculation in a dog with hypothyroidism.},
  author={William H. Miller and Raimund B{\"u}rger},
  journal={Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association},
  volume={196 5},
Hypothyroidism was documented in an overweight dog with bilateral entropion, blepharoptosis, and multiple, non-inflammatory papular and vesicular lesions on the head. Histologic evaluation of skin biopsy specimens confirmed the diagnosis of mucinous vesiculation. All skin and eyelid abnormalities resolved in response to thyroid hormone supplementation.