CONDITIONS affecting the avian integument are frequently seen in practice: just under 25 per cent of the authors' avian caseload involve a dermatological complaint. These cases are often multifactorial and can be frustrating to diagnose and treat. The aim of this article is to provide a practical reference for the busy clinician on the diagnosis and management of common inflammatory and non-inflammatory dermatoses in birds.
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