High Frequency Ultrasound and Its Use in Clinical Dermatology in Dogs
World Small Animal Veterinary Association World Congress Proceedings, 2007
Miroslav Svoboda1; Vered Ben Baruch1; Zuzana Svobodova1; Frantisek Tichy2; Radka Dobesova3; Juraj Hegyi4
1Clinic of Dogs and Cats Diseases, 2Department of Anatomy, Histology and Embryology, and 3Department of Parasitology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, UVPS, Brno, Czech Republic; 4Hospital of Medical Faculty, King's Vineyards, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

High frequency ultrasound scanner (Dermcup--Atys Medical, France), using frequencies 16-25 MHz, penetrating 6 to 12 mm was used as an experimental diagnostic tool at the Dermatology unit of Faculty Veterinary Hospital in addition to traditional diagnostic approach (clinical observation, skin scrapings, cytology, histopathology, allergy tests etc.). Clinical cases of atopy, demodectic folliculitis, furunculosis, sebaceous gland adenoma, plasmocytoma and dirofilariasis (Dirofilaria repens) are presented. It is probably the first time that high frequency ultrasound has been used for such a purpose in veterinary medicine.

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Miroslav Svoboda
Clinic of Dogs and Cats Diseases, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, UVPS, Brno, Czech Republic
Czech Republic


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