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Dermatologie - Dermatology
  1. Alternatives to Skin Irritation Testing in Animals
    This not-for-profit website has been developed to display information about alternatives to skin irritation testing in animals. The site currently contains approximately 360 abstracts about this topic from peer-reviewed scientific journals. Many of the words used by the researchers whose work is displayed have also been collected and combined in a thesaurus in order to facilitate literature searching.
  2. Dermatology Case Review
  3. Dermatopathology
    University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.
    The aim of this website is:
    a. To review the gross pathology of skin lesions, either primary lesions (those directly caused by the disease process) or secondary lesions (those that occur due to underlying diseases, trauma or medications).
    b.To predict the likely histopathology from the gross appearance of the lesions and to correlate the gross and histopathology using case material.
    Each example will consist of gross lesions and the corresponding histopathology. This will allow the students to become familiar with the terminology used and again review the material prior to partaking in the dermatology course in the 3rd year and the dermatology rotations in their senior year. .
  4. Dermatopathology Slides
    A. R. Jeffries and M. A. Holmes.
    Teaching resource. This package comprises of some text together with illustrations of a number of dermatopathological conditions.
    Requires Macromedia Shockwave plug-ins.
  5. The Electronic Textbook of Dermatology
    Published by the Internet Dermatology Society.
    This site is an electronic textbook of dermatology. Though freely available on the Web, the textbook is targeted to trained clinical dermatologists and is concerned with dermatology in relation to animals and humans.
  6. Sebadenitis - Hautkrankheit bei Hunden
    Website von Beate Puerner. Enthaelt Infos zur Sebadenitis, die vielen Tieraerzten nicht gelaeufig sein duerfte. Oft dauert es daher recht lange, ehe diese Krankheit erkannt wird. Man kann sie bis heute nicht heilen. Es gibt aber gute Chancen, ihre Symptome zu lindern.
  7. Veterinary Dermatology
    18 Case studies in dermatology.