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Vol. 8, Issue 3 (2019)

Clinical management of notoedric mange (Feline scabies) in domestic cats: A case report

S Ozukum, John Reihii and S Warson Monsang
A case of notoedric mange was reported in five domestic cats with signs of alopecia, intense pruritis, rough hair coat, itchy crust and scales, lichenification on ear margins, face, neck and forelimbs. Laboratory scraping examination revealed positive for notoedric mange. Affected cats were subjected to treatment with ivermectin @ 200µg/kgbw, SC at weekly intervals for 3 weeks. The affected cats showed recovery with remissions of clinical signs and negative skin scrapings at 14th day post therapy.
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How to cite this article:
S Ozukum, John Reihii, S Warson Monsang. Clinical management of notoedric mange (<em>Feline scabies</em>) in domestic cats: A case report. Pharma Innovation 2019;8(3):306-308.

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