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Are any other pets or the owner affected? Is pruritus present? Have any parasites been seen? Clinical examination and diagnostic testing A thorough clinical examination should always be undertaken see Chapter 18 before concentrating on the skin lesions.

The diagnostic approach consists of: Ferrets do not have well developed sweat glands and this. In albino animals. Ferrets also have two prominent perianal scent glands.

The hair coat consists of a thick. The morphology of the lesions should be described as either primary macule. As hair does regrow in a clipped area. Approach to the skin case The general principles of diagnosing skin disease in cats and dogs are equally applicable to ferrets.

The skin contains numerous sebaceous glands. This is normal but can be mistaken for cyanosis or bruising. Any lesions should be examined in detail and described in terms of distribution. Diagnostic procedures for dermatoses are listed in Figure History Important details to obtain are: If the coat is clipped or shaved during periods of seasonal hair loss.

The skin should be carefully examined. The foot pads are similar to those in dogs and the jill has four pairs of mammary glands and nipples. Normal ferrets may often have comedones present on the skin of the tail. Products approved for cats can be used in ferrets. Diagnosis is by skin scrapings but false negative results are common. Occasionally alopecia occurs on the neck and thorax.

Treatment was successful with permethrin powder. Demodex spp. Otodectes cyanotis The ear mite Otodectes cyanotis can affect ferrets as well as cats and dogs. Myiasis Cuterebra larvae can cause subdermal cysts in ferrets and Hypoderma bovis larvae can cause. Signs of fleabite hypersensitivity may also be seen in some animals. Mild to intense pruritus can be seen. Lynxacarus mustelae The fur mite Lynxacarus mustelae has been associated with ulcerative lesions on the face of ferret kits Schoemaker.

Parasitic skin disease Mites Sarcoptes scabiei Sarcoptes scabiei can occasionally infest ferrets. Treatment is with ivermectin at 0. Affected and in-contact animals should be treated and the environment thoroughly cleaned. Imidacloprid has been used safely and effectively and lufenuron appears to be effective when given at cat dosages Orcutt. The life cycle of Otodectes takes 3 weeks and the mite can persist for 12 days off the host.

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Nails can become deformed and slough. As in dogs. Ticks Ticks can also affect ferrets. Fleas Cat and dog fleas Ctenocephalides spp.

Lyme disease has not been reported. The mite can be identified directly via an otoscope or rigid endoscope. Aural topical treatments are often ineffective in ferrets because the ear canal is so small that medication may not penetrate.

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Fungal culture Coat brushings Fleas Adhesive tape collection and microscopy Surface-living mites Skin scraping KOH or liquid paraffin and direct microscopy Superficial surface-living mites or deep burrowing and follicular mites Impression smear Exudative leasions or after a scrape to identify a cellular infiltrate Fine-needle aspiration Nodular lesions Biopsy Especially for neoplasia.

Excisional biopsy often indicated for discrete lesions Courtesy of C JohnsonDelaney. Systemic ivermectin is very effective. Ticks should be removed manually. The affected ferret and any in-contact cats and dogs should be treated. Spray or pump products such as fipronil should be measured carefully and applied to a cloth that is then applied to the ferret.

Cryptococcosis can cause a wide spectrum of clinical signs rhinitis. A characteristic rash under the chin Figure The lesions can respond to high dose penicillin Orcutt recommended that complete blood counts are monitored every 2 weeks during treatment.

Abscesses may be lanced and flushed.

Spontaneous remission is also reported. Viral disease Canine distemper virus The ferret is acutely susceptible to canine distemper virus. Flystrike is also uncommon in pet ferrets.

Young or immunosuppressed animals are generally affected. Pasteurella and Actinomyces spp. Courtesy of C Orcutt.

Fungal disease Ringworm Microsporum canis is the more common cause of ringworm in ferrets. There is no treatment and prevention is by vaccination. Affected animals have nodules or abscesses in the neck that can discharge green—yellow pus.

Bacterial disease Bite wounds in ferrets are common. They generally occur in the thick skin around the neck and often become infected with Staphylococcus. The environment should also be decontaminated if possible by vigorous vacuuming.

Diagnosis can be made by serum antibody titres and fluorescent antibody tests for viral antigen on blood or conjunctival smears. Chapter 24 granulomatous masses in the cervical area.

dermatitis in ferrets

Actinomyces spp. Histoplasmosis and coccidioidomycosis have been diagnosed as the cause of subcutaneous nodules Scott et al. Foot pads and nasal pads often undergo swelling and hyperkeratosis Figure Treatment is by curettage and drainage plus antibiosis.

Diagnosis and treatment are as for other species.

Perianal apocrine gland adenocarcinoma may also Cutaneous neoplasia is relatively common in ferrets and is reported as the third most common form of neoplasia Li et al.. Neoplasia Squamous cell carcinoma. The main cutaneous sign is alopecia. Hair is easily epilated and is lost progressively over the perineum. Average age at diagnosis was 5. In these latitudes the normal breeding season for ferrets is between March and September.

Alopecia in a ferret with hyperadrenocorticism. Courtesy of C Johnson-Delaney. Pituitarydependent hyperadrenocorticism has not been recognized in ferrets.

Complete excision is usually curative. On physical examination. High levels of oestrogen lead to oestrogen suppression of the bone marrow and resulting anaemia with pancytopenia. The appearance is usually of single or multiple well circumscribed raised hairless nodules Figure If unmated or not stimulated to ovulate.

Pseudopregnancy following a sterile mating has been recorded in ferrets. Other causes of hyperoestrogenism include an ovarian remnant following ovariohysterectomy or adrenal neoplasia. Cutaneous signs include bilateral symmetrical alopecia Figure Surgical excision Figure Hyperoestrogenism This is probably the most common endocrine condition encountered in practice in ferrets in the UK.

Ovulation occurs approximately 30—40 hours following mating.

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Mast cell tumours commonly involve the skin in ferrets and are usually benign. The aetiology.

Some are pruritic. The ferret was given butorphanol 0.

This ferret had alopecia due to adrenal gland disease and several mast cell tumours on the abdomen. Diagnosis is based on fine-needle aspirates or biopsy. Chapter 24 Ferrets: This is of interest as. Hopkins University Press, [], que a figura do leitor haja A mulher-cineasta - uBibliorum ; 25 jul.

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