The Derm Vet Podcast podcast

213. Color Dilution Alopecia

15 Sekunden vorwärts
15 Sekunden vorwärts

Color Dilution Alopecia (CDA) is a rare disease that affects dogs with dilute coat color (blue, fawn, etc.). This disease results from abnormal distribution of melanin granules and formation of macromelanosomes in the hair shaft. This weakens hair and causes them to break especially along the dorsum. Learn how to recognize this disease, useful diagnostics and treatment options on this week's episode of The Derm Vet podcast.

Intro 00:00
What Is Color-Dilution Alopecia? 01:06
Main Symptoms Of Color-Dilution Alopecia 02:02
The Tricky Part Of Color-Dilution Alopecia 02:43
The Disease Process 04:04
The Complications 07:19
Treatment Options 09:36
Educating Pet Owners 12:44
Outro 13:48

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