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Malassezia dermatitis


, : Malassezia dermatitis. Canadian Veterinary Journal 38(5): 311-314

The biology, aetiology, diagnosis, symptoms and treatment of skin diseases caused by M. pachydermatis in dogs are discussed with reference to the author's clinical experiences.


Accession: 002889414

PMID: 9167883

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