Дерматозы у собак и кошек, связанные с заболеваниями внутренних органов 1 часть
Дерматология

Дерматозы у собак и кошек, связанные с заболеваниями внутренних органов 1 часть

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

Введение

Кожа – один из самых больших органов. Чаще всего заболевания кожи связаны только с ней самой. Однако существует ряд дерматозов, причиной которых являются те или иные патологии внутренних органов. Многие из этих болезней редки, но практикующий врач должен «знать их в лицо», чтобы, занявшись устранением кожных проблем, не пропустить системную патологию.

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