PATCHED RED PAW MEDIA [BEST]
Immune-mediated. The most common clinical signs are crusts (scabs) and ulcerations with occasional blisters. All four feet are commonly involved, especially the footpads and nailbeds. Excessive darkening of the tissues and thickened, crusty footpads with erosive (ulcerated) lesions may be present, especially in cases of pemphigus foliaceus.
PATCHED RED PAW MEDIA
Once the underlying cause is determined, treatment will be directed toward that cause. If the pododermatitis has an allergic or immune-mediated cause, it is important to note that the condition will not be cured. In these cases, the therapeutic goal is to minimize clinical signs and recurrences.
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