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acral

 [ak´ral]
pertaining to or affecting a limb or apex.

ac·ral

(ak'răl),
Relating to or affecting the peripheral parts, for example, limbs, fingers, ears, etc.
[G. akron, extremity]

acral

adjective Referring to the extremities, especially the distal extremities.

ac·ral

(ak'răl)
Relating to or affecting the peripheral parts, e.g., limbs, fingers, ears, and other body parts.
[G. akron, extremity]

ac·ral

(ak'răl)
Relating to peripheral body parts.
[G. akron, extremity]
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Wynchank and Berk (1998) assessed efficacy and tolerability of fluoxetine treatment of acral lick dermatitis in dogs and reported statistically significant improvement by administration of fluoxetine in treatment of ALD.
Lick granulomas, officially known as acral lick dermatitis or ALD, occur when a dog licks excessively on a leg, paw, or other area, producing an itchy ulceration.