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January 2022

 

Signalment: 4-year-old female, German Shepherd dog.

 

Clinical History: Little known history. Dog has access to a pond. The skin lesions are limited to the dorsal trunk. There are multiple, annular, punctuate ulcers with halos of erythema that are eventuating into large crateriform exudative ulcers. Overt purulent drainage is not present on the surface, but deep palpation does result in some purulent discharge. Firm, oblong dermal cords, plaques and nodules are palpated under necrotizing skin. 

 

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