JFMS Open Rep 2020 Jan-Jun;6(1):2055116920902307. Epub 2020 Feb 11.
Department of Clinical Sciences, Université de Toulouse, ENVT, Toulouse, France; UDEAR, Université de Toulouse, INSERM, ENVT, Toulouse, France.
Case Summary: A 6-year-old neutered female European Shorthair cat was referred for chronic, moderately pruritic, alopecic and exfoliative dermatosis that was unresponsive to antiparasitic, antibiotic or steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. The cat presented with truncular alopecia and numerous whitish adherent scales covering the whole body. Differential diagnoses included sebaceous adenitis, dermatophytosis, demodicosis, exfoliative dermatitis associated or not with thymoma, drug reaction, feline immunodeficiency virus- or feline leukaemia virus-associated dermatoses, epitheliotropic T-cell lymphoma, and yeasts and/or bacterial overgrowth. Read More