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Volume 16, Number 12—December 2010

Letter

Imported Leishmaniasis in Dogs, US Military Bases, Japan

Yuta Kawamura, Isao Yoshikawa, and Ken KatakuraComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Hokkaido University Graduate School of Veterinary Medicine, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan (Y. Kawamura, K. Katakura); US Army Japan District Veterinary Command–Zama Branch Kangawa, Japan (I. Yoshikawa)

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Animal 1 with alopecic, pruritic, and crusty skin lesions mainly around the face, head, margins of ear pinnae, cranial aspect of the elbows and forearms, and caudal aspect of the hind legs. The lateral aspect of the left hind leg before treatment (A) and after treatment (B) (ketoconazole and then allopurinol for 3 months). The lateral aspect of the face (C) and the inner aspect of the left ear pinna (D) after the same treatment.

Figure A1. Animal 1 with alopecic, pruritic, and crusty skin lesions mainly around the face, head, margins of ear pinnae, cranial aspect of the elbows and forearms, and caudal aspect of the hind legs. The lateral aspect of the left hind leg before treatment (A) and after treatment (B) (ketoconazole and then allopurinol for 3 months). The lateral aspect of the face (C) and the inner aspect of the left ear pinna (D) after the same treatment.

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