Редкие причины зуда. Часть 2
Дерматология

Редкие причины зуда. Часть 2

Автор: Герасимова Е. О., ветеринарный врач-дерматолог, Ветеринарная клиника ортопедии, травматологии и интенсивной терапии, г. Санкт-Петербург.

Продолжение. Начало в №2/2020

Видео 3. Рассасывание бока (собака породы доберман, пациент Регины Файзуллиной). 
Видео 4. Сосание кончика хвоста (пациент Евгении Гороховой). 

Заключение

Зуд – один из наиболее частых симптомов у дерматологических пациентов, однако это всего лишь симптом, который может говорить не только о распространенных кожных заболеваниях, таких как аллергии, паразитозы и кожные инфекции, но и о более редких патологиях. Также симптомы, принимаемые за зуд, могут не относиться к заболеваниям кожи, а сигнализировать о наличии проблем в других органах и системах. В связи с этим клиницисту не стоит пренебрегать тщательным сбором анамнеза и следует обращать внимание на жалобы владельцев животных, напрямую не связанные с кожными проблемами. К тому же осмотр пациентов должен быть по возможности полным и включать не только оценку состояния кожных покровов, но и поверхностную оценку других органов и систем.

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