2015
DOI: 10.1590/1678-6869
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Skin impression with acetate tape in Demodex canis and Scarcoptes scabiei var. vulpes diagnosis

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“…Diagnosis is achieved by visualising the mites within the skin. Various techniques can be implemented and the most common include deep skin scrapings, trichography and skin cytology 6 8 9. These methodologies are cost‐effective and easy to perform in many clinical settings.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Diagnosis is achieved by visualising the mites within the skin. Various techniques can be implemented and the most common include deep skin scrapings, trichography and skin cytology 6 8 9. These methodologies are cost‐effective and easy to perform in many clinical settings.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The data related to the dermatological changes included macroscopic morphological characteristics (location, shape, and the intensity of changes) (Ginn et al, 1972;Scott et al, 2001). Based on the cutaneous changes found in the dogs, complementary tests including direct parasitological examination of samples acquired via skin scrapings or adhesive tape (Pereira et al, 2015); wood lamp examination; direct microscopic hair examination, after imbibition in 10% potassium hydroxide, fungal culture, and cytological examination of fine-needle aspirates of skin samples (Bond, 2010) were performed for a definitive diagnosis of the dermatopathy.…”
Section: Clinical Analysis: Dermatology and Complementary Examinationsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Taping techniques can be used as an alternative to replace scraping techniques (Pereira et al, 2012;Miller et al, 2013). Taping techniques can isolate Demodex canis in dogs more sensitive than scraping techniques (Pereira et al, 2015). the number of mites, eggs, and Demodex larvae observed (Beco et al, 2007).…”
Section: Trichogram Techniquementioning
confidence: 99%