Handout: Tell veterinary clients what to expect during a dermatology exam

Handout: Tell veterinary clients what to expect during a dermatology exam

Finding and understanding the cause of scratching in pets can be difficult. Let clients read this handout so they can see how you arrive at your diagnosis.
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Feb 01, 2014
By dvm360.com staff
 

Use this handout to let clients know what you're doing during a dermatology exam in order to diagnose mysterious scratching in pets.

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