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Proceedings of the fifth World Congress of Veterinary Dermatology, Hofburg Conference Centre, Vienna, Austria, 25-28 August 2004
edited by Andrew Hillier, Aiden P. Foster, Kenneth W. Kwochka.

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Veterinary Medicine Library Call Number
  Stacks SF901 .W66 V.5 (Browse Shelf) Available
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  • ISBN: 1405131969
  • ISBN: 9781405131964
  • OCLC Number: 62131512
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents

Adherence of Staphylococcus intermedius to canine corneocytes involves a protein-protein interaction that is sensitive to trypsin, but resistant to cold / C. Simou, P. B. Hill, P. J. Forsythe and K. L. Thoday -- Retrospective histopathological and clinical characterisation of a dermatopathy associated with toxic shock-like syndrome in dogs / F. Ramiro-Ibanez, E. J. Walder and T. L. Gross -- Canine hypothyroidism / J. Hall and S. Waisglass -- Leishmaniasis and other arthropod-vectored diseases / Z. Alhaidari and C. Rivierre -- Parasites and antiparasitic drugs / R. S. Mueller and M. Shipstone -- Anti-fungal therapy / D. J. DeBoer and D. N. Carlotti --Dermatophagoides farinae-specific IgG subclass responses in atopic dogs undergoing allergen-specific immunotherapy / C. Hou, T. J. Nuttall, M. J. Day and P. B. Hill -- Effect of treatment with recombinant canine IFN-[gamma] on the clinical signs, histopathology and Th1/Th2-cytokine mRNA profiles in Shih Tzu dogs and a Basset hound with atopic dermatitis / T. Iwasaki, S. J. Park, N. Kagawa, N. Kanazawa, T. Mori, T. Kubo, Y. Momoi and H. Tanikawa -- Effects of the immunomodulatory drugs tacrolimus, rapamycin and cilomilast on dendritic cell function in a rodent model of allergic contact dermatitis / W. Baumer, B. Sulzle, H. Weigt, M. Hecht and M. Kietzmann --Diagnosis and treatment of pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction (classical Cushing's disease) and metabolic syndrome (peripheral Cushing's syndrome) in horses / H. C. Schott, E. A. Graves, K. R. Refsal, R. J. Nachreiner, S. W. Eberhart, P. J. Johnson, S. H. Slight, N. T. Messer and V. K. Ganjam -- A randomised, controlled, double-blinded, multicentre study on the efficacy of a diet rich in fish oil and borage oil in the control of canine atopic dermatitis / B. Baddaky-Taugbol, M. W. Vroom, L. Nordberg, M. H. G. Leistra, J. D. Sinke, R. Hovenier, A. C. Beynen and F. J. H. Pastoor -- Reduction of scarring following injury and surgery / M. W. J. Ferguson --Evaluation of a rapid, qualitative, allergen-specific IgE screening immunoassay in dogs with atopic dermatitis / E. J. Rosser, Jr. -- Comparison of intradermal testing and allergen-specific IgE serum testing in dogs with warm weather, seasonal atopic dermatitis / E. J. Rosser, Jr. -- Patch test reactions to house dust mites in dogs with atopic dermatitis / S. A. F. Nogueira, S. M. F. Torres, K. Horne and C. Jessen -- Conventional and rush allergen-specific immunotherapy in the treatment of canine atopic dermatitis / R. S. Mueller, K. V. Fieseler, S. Zabel and R. A. W. Rosychuk --Evaluation of cephalexin intermittent therapy (weekend therapy) in the control of recurrent idiopathic pyoderma in dogs : a randomised, double-blinded, placebo-controlled study / D. N. Carlotti, P. Jasmin, L. Gardey and A. Sanquer -- Comparison of bacterial organisms from otic exudate and ear tissue from the middle ear of untreated and enrofloxacin-treated dogs with end-stage otitis / L. K. Cole, K. W. Kwochka, A. Hillier, J. J. Kowalski, D. D. Smeak and N. T. Kelbick -- Absorption, bioavailability and activity of prednisone and prednisolone in cats / C. A. Graham-Mize, E. J. Rosser, Jr. and J. Hauptman --New developments in dermatopathological diagnosis / E. Clark and A. Yu -- Pseudomonas otitis / T. J. Nuttall and H. C. McArdle -- Neoplastic and paraneoplastic skin diseases / F. Abramo and J. R. Rest -- Food allergy : hydrolysed vs limited-antigen diets / H. A. Jackson and R. A. Garfield -- New forms of therapy for atopic dermatitis / C. E. Griffin and G. Marignac -- Equine allergic disease / M. M. Sloet van Oldruitenborgh-Oosterbaan and D. C. Knottenbelt -- Genodermatosis : alopecia and hypotrichosis / M. Paradis and R. Cerundolo -- Therapy of recurrent pyoderma and use of immunostimulants / L. Saijonmaa-Koulumies and C. F. Curtis --Optical biopsy : non-invasive tissue evaluation utilizing optical coherence tomography / R. S. Walton, E. J. Dick, G. Woong, J. Zhang, Z. Chen, G. M. Peavy and J. S. Nelson -- Influence of purinergic substances on proliferation of murine keratinocytes and full-thickness skin healing / M. Braun, K. Lelieur and M. Kietzmann -- Factors associated with Malassezia colonisation in the ear canals of dogs without clinical signs of otitis externa / C. A. Reme -- Mycobacterial diseases of cats and dogs / R. Malik -- Clinical, pathological and molecular characterisation of feline leprosy syndrome in the western USA / J. E. Foley, T. L. Gross, N. Drazenovich, F. Ramiro-Ibanez and E. Anacleto --Pathophysiology of atopic eczema in humans / J.-P. Allam, N. Novak and T. Bieber -- Mechanism of lesion formation in canine atopic dermatitis : 2004 hypothesis / T. Olivry, R. Marsella, S. Maeda, C. M. Pucheu-Haston and B. Hammerberg -- Expression of Th1-cytokine mRNA in canine atopic dermatitis correlates with severity of clinical lesions / T. J. Nuttall, P. A. Knight, S. M. McAleese, J. Brown, J. R. Lamb and P. B. Hill -- IgE and IgG antibodies to food antigens in sera from normal dogs, dogs with atopic dermatitis and dogs with adverse food reactions / R. E. W. Halliwell, C. M. Gordon, C. Horvath and R. Wagner --Rhodococcus spp. as ubiquitous contaminants of paraffin-embedded tissues in PCR analysis for Mycobacterium spp. skin infections / F. Ramiro-Ibanez, J. E. Foley and T. L. Gross -- In vivo mRNA expression analysis of Microsporum canis secreted subtilisin-like serine proteases in feline dermatophytosis / B. R. Mignon, S. M. Vermout, F. D. Brouta, A. F. Nikkels, B. J. Losson and F. F. Descamps -- Real-time PCR for monitoring cutaneous asymptomatic carriage of Leishmania spp. in laboratory mice / G. Marignac, G. Fall, E. Prina, M. Lebastard, G. Milon and L. Nicolas --Rodent and rabbit dermatology / S. D. White and S. I. J. Vandenabeele -- Shampoos and topical therapy / K. W. Kwochka and W. S. Rosenkrantz.Temporal development of ovine cutaneous hypersensitivity responses to Psoroptes ovis (sheep scab mite) / A. H. M. van den Broek, J. F. Huntley, R. E. W. Halliwell, A. Mackellar, M. A. Taylor and H. R. P. Miller -- Immunomodulatory therapy / M. J. Day -- Lufenuron does not augment effectiveness of terbinafine for treatment of Microsporum canis infections in a feline model / D. J. DeBoer, K. A. Moriello, L. M. Volk, R. Schenker and J. Steffan -- An overview of pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic studies in the development of itraconazole for feline Microsporum canis dermatophytosis / K. M. J. A. Vlaminck and M. A. C. M. Engelen --