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flea bites

small localized erythematous pruritic papules, caused as an inflammatory reaction to bite of Pulex irritans, often occurring on the lower legs of people whose household pets are infested with fleas
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Most (>83%) confirmed cases were bubonic plague, which most commonly results from flea bites, suggesting that these bites were the most common mode of Y.
I have seen quite a few cases of flea bite allergy over the Christmas and New Year period so I suggest using topical flea treatments prescribed by your vet throughout the year to keep your felines flea-free and feline fine.
In affected dogs, however, flea bites and the inhalation of pollen both create itchy skin.
We get flea bites, people have breathing problems, we've had a dead cat (under our building).
All of the patients had numerous flea bites, which suggests that these bugs may help transmit the bacterium, the authors contend.
If someone has a severe reaction to flea bites, they should take precaution and seek immediate medical attention," said Mannes.
A: Scabs on a cat can be caused by quite a few things, but one of the commonest causes is fleas or an allergic reaction to flea bites.
Food and Drug Administration, flea bites can be dangerous to some pets, potentially causing flea allergy dermatitis.
5) A PREGNANT mum said her two-year-old was suffering flea bites due to botched fumigation.
Pupils complained on Monday about flea bites and by Thursday the arts, science and humanities blocked were jumping with the pests.
None of the patients had skin lesions that suggested recent flea bites.
Since the killer disease myxomatosis is often spread by flea bites, bunnies everywhere will be delighted to learn Advantage Spot On will deal with fleas.