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Autohaemotherapy in the Treatment of Eczema Impetiginosum, Acute Moist Eczema, Chronic Squamous Eczema and Furunculosis in Dogs



Autohaemotherapy in the Treatment of Eczema Impetiginosum, Acute Moist Eczema, Chronic Squamous Eczema and Furunculosis in Dogs



Tijdschr. Dtergeneesk, 58: 128-139



The author refers to publications regarding the value of autohaemotherapy and autoserotherapy in the human subject and gives a tabular statement of 49 cases of skin disease in dogs which were kept under observation for a year; this occupies the greater part of the paper. Altogether, 73 cases were treated, but apparently 24 of them were not kept under observation. Citrated blood was used and was injected intramuscularly.

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