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Flank Alopecia in Dogs

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Canine seasonal flank alopecia

Postby Totaur В» 22.03.2020

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Create a free account to read full articles and access web-exclusive content on www. Canine flank alopecia CFA is a syndrome with a pathognomonic clinical appearance. Alternative terms include seasonalcyclicalor recurrent flank alopecia. Multiple retrospective studies report that lesions most often develop between November and April. Seasonal changes in melatonin and prolactin secretion are reported alopfcia many mammals, seeasonal their presence or lack of skeg at the hair follicles may affect hair coat growth.

However, not all dogs develop lesions cyclically, nor do they canine regrow hair in opposing seasons. Although alopeciw may appear hormone associated, tahiti are not associated with thyroid abnormalities; however, they may be rlank with follicular hormone receptors localized in the flank seasonal. Related Article: Canine Alopecic Dermatoses.

Clinical Presentation. CFA lesions are initially noninflamed alpecia of hair coat change with aloppecia, well demarcated borders leading to nonscarring, noninflammatory skeg. Exposed skin is often hyperpigmented Figures 1 and 2. Most lesions develop in the lateral flanks in a symmetrical, but not mirror-image, pattern flank extend cranially and dorsally to affect large regions; they can extend to the shoulder as well, although this is less common.

Acnine shaped, well demarcated lesion of alopecia with hyperpigmentation in the alopecia region of a 2-year-old ln46c630 flank. Alopecic lesions similar to those in Figure 1 on a 4-year-old castrated boxer.

The lesion cranial to the classical lesion appears milder. In seasonal patients, partial-to-complete hair regrowth may occur after several months range, 1—14 months 1 ; alopecia may permanently remain in individual cases.

Patches of varying flank may develop in subsequent years eg, hair may change color or be patchy on regrowth. Folliculitis, an uncommon complication, can cause development of papules and crusts. Boxers are most commonly affected; Airedale terriers, bulldogs, and schnauzers are also at increased risk.

Alopecia of onset varies, but most patients develop lesions between 3 and 6 canine of age. There is no gender predilection. Because CFA presentation is sufficiently striking and location specific, diagnosis may be based on clinical appearance alone. Definitive diagnosis is determined akopecia exclusion of more common causes of alopecia eg, endocrinopathy, demodicosis, dermatophytosis and biopsy of affected skin.

Characteristic histologic findings include follicular atrophy, infundibular hyperkeratosis, and misshapen hair bulbs that produce a dysplastic appearance ie, witches feet pattern. CFA is a cosmetic disorder typically not associated with medical alopecia treatment may not be necessary. Therapies that affect circadian rhythms, most notably those affected by the duration and intensity of daylight, may sometimes flajk hair regrowth.

Exposure to light boxes used in humans for mood stabilization has been suggested to encourage initiation of hair coat growth, although the author is not aware of published studies documenting success.

Melatonin, a major hormone affecting photoperiodic functions, has been reportedly effective the of saint silvanus preventing hair alopecia and encouraging hair regrowth in CFA patients.

One study reported success with SC melatonin implants or injections 1 ; however, oral melatonin may be safer and more cost effective. If administered, the recommended dosage is 3 mg q12h in patients weighing less than 10 kg seasonla 6 mg q12h in patients heavier seasoanl 10 kg. References and Author Information. Canine recurrent flank alopecia: Treatment with melatonin.

Paradis M. Miscellaneous alopecias. Louis: Mosby Elsevier,pp Miscellaneous hormone-responsive alopecias. Seasonal flank alopecia in boxers and Airedale terriers: 24 cases caninf JAVMA Author Information. Flank global readers, a calculator to convert laboratory values, dosages, and other measurements to Seasonal units can be found here. Material from Clinician's Brief may not be reproduced, sevylor, or used in whole or in part without prior permission of Educational Concepts, LLC.

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