UNLESS the aetiology is immediately obvious, many dermatology cases in veterinary medicine present a diagnostic challenge. Signalment, history and physical examination allow a differential diagnosis to be formulated, and various tests and therapeutic trials may be employed to reach a definitive diagnosis. This article describes how to collect samples and interpret the results of a variety of diagnostic tests that, for the most part, may be performed within the practice laboratory.
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