Ferret allergic rash
A 19 year old female patient with no significant medical history. Initially, she experienced dry, itchy, flaking, reddened patches on her eyebrows, chin and around eyes. For the next 2 months, the rash spread to the neck and inner elbows and began to look like ringworm lesions (circular with reddened raised edges). At this point the lesions were treated with topical anti-fungal cream but the rash did not respond favorably. Other measures taken included calamine lotion, antibacterial ointment, and switching to hypoallergenic laundry soap. The rash continued to worsen. The patient then had to travel and was away from the ferrets for 2 weeks at which time the rash began to subside significantly. Ferrets were rehoused and the rash disappeared completely.
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10 x 8 inches / 26 x 20 cm
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