Besides the classical and usual dermatozoonosis dermatophytosis, canine and feline scabies, otodectic mange, cheyletiellosis, flea bite and hemintic dermatitis it's been verified a preoccupying growth in the human sporotrichosis cases in Brazil, due to the contact with affected cats. In Brazil, until the sixties, the human sporotrichosis was the second most common deep mycoses, just after the South American blastomycosis. In , according two Brazilian authors 14 in the disease incidence was seen similarly to what was happening in the USA, Japan and South Africa. However, in the last three years has been observed an intriguingly sporotrichosis outbreak in Rio de Janeiro, a southwest state of Brazil.
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Source: Archives of Veterinary Science. SUP, Vol. Abstract: The present study describes the therapeutic response of the subcutaneous amphotericin B SC ANF B in 17 cats with sporotrichosis refractory to oral itraconale.
The protocol used was effective in 6 The proposed treatment regimen may be an option in the treatment of feline sporotrichosis.
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Clinical, epidemiological, histomorphological and histochemical characteristics of the feline sporotrichosis. Stella Maris P. Rafael A. Fighera 3. Glaucia D.
Aspectos terapêuticos da esporotricose felina
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Sporotrichosis is a subcutaneous mycosis caused by the dimorphic fungus Sporothrix schenckii. It affects humanbeings and a number of other animal species. Cats show the highest incidence and cat-related disease transmission to humanshas been rising in the last twenty years in Brazil. Feline sporotrichosis has various clinical presentations and its treatment is achallenge to veterinarians.