can take the form of pityriasis folliculorum, also known as spinulate demodicosis
, papulopustular perioral, periauricular, or periorbital demodicosis
, or a nodulocystic/ conglobate version.
can occur with both juveniles and adults.
is a type of mange that occurs when abnormally high numbers of mites called Demodex canis multiply on the skin.
Efficacy of weekly oral doramectin treatment in canine demodicosis
. Veterinary Record., v.
En este estudio la prevalencia fue similar, encontrandose en un 44% en la poblacion total con indice de infestacion por Demodex Folicullorum mayor a 50%, sin embargo en nuestra poblacion fue mas prevalente la demodicosis
en hombres que en mujeres.
The ABCB1-1A mutation is not responsible for subchronic neurotoxicity seen in dogs of noncollie breeds following macrocyclic lactone treatment for generalized demodicosis
. Vet Dermatol 2008; 20(1):60-66.
Meibomian gland demodicosis
was reported by a few workers [15-17].
Dogs with juvenile-onset demodicosis
shouldn't be bred to prevent passing the tendency to puppies.
Based on her presentation-blepharitis with cylindrical dandruff, refractory to medical trials with standard agents, and a history of sleeping next to her dogs, a presumptive diagnosis of blepharitis due to ocular demodicosis
(infestation with the mite demodex follicularum) was made.
Observation of parasitic skin diseases demonstrated a high frequency of canine demodicosis
, diagnosed by the presence of perifolliculitis, mural folliculitis and follicle rupture, besides the presence of the parasite, in agreement with literature reports (1).
* Rosacealike demodicosis
. This skin eruption looks like rosacea but is thought to be aggravated by the Demodex mite.
Papulopustular rosacea (PPR) and rosacea-like demodicosis
may be the same disease, according to the authors of a retrospective study.