Treatment for lick granuloma
Acral Lick Granuloma: A Dermatology Nightmare
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28 Feb Have you heard about lick granulomas? If your dog already has one, you may already know how difficult they can be to treat. If you have never.
Description:Psychological stimuli such as separation anxiety, a new pet or child in the home, or neighbor dogs invading the dog's "territory" can create psychological stress. It increases oxygenation to affected tissue and has numerous anti-inflammatory traits. Sometimes a biopsy of the area is done to positively diagnose the problem. The location and appearance of the lesion is a major guide to diagnosis. Of, relating to, or affecting peripheral parts, such as limbs, fingers, or ears The photos above are of an Airedale with a classic case of acral lick granuloma.