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Studies on the therapeutic and immunologic aspects of generalized demodectic mange in the dog

, : Studies on the therapeutic and immunologic aspects of generalized demodectic mange in the dog. Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association 10(3): 233-244

Intensive fenchlorphos therapy gives good and predictable results in treatment of generalized demodectic mange in dogs. Twenty consecutive cases were treated and apparently cured. Oral fenchlorphos at 25 mg/lb/day in two equal doses, combined with a 8.5% topical fenchlorphos solution, seems to be effective. Topical treatment alone effected a cure in three of the cases, which indicates that oral fenchlorphos is not needed.


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