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Advancement of Veterinary and Comparative Dermatopathology

January 2018

 

 A 7-year-old intact male American Pit Bull Terrier was presented with a three year history of skin disease. Initial signs included nonpruritic patchy alopecia and progressed to involvement of the nose with approximately one year of ulceration. Prior treatment included glucocorticoids and cefpodoxime with mild improvement. Activity level and appetite were normal.

 

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7-year-old intact male American Pit Bull Terrier. What is the most likely disease process?

 

 

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