The facts about pemphigus foliaceus

The facts about pemphigus foliaceus

Don't let a diagnosis of this common immune-mediated skin disease overwhelm veterinary clients—just give 'em the facts.
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May 23, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

While diagnosing and treating dermatologic diseases might be an everyday occurrence for you and your veterinary team, your clients may be confused and overwhelmed when their pet is discovered to have an immune-mediated disease like pemphigus foliaceus.

Use this handout to help answer their questions and address common concerns they may have about managing and treating this condition.

Download this pet owner handout and put it to work in your veterinary hospital today.

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