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Full-thickness cutaneous burn in black-haired skin on the dorsum of the body of a Dalmatian puppy

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A 10-week-old Dalmatian puppy was presented for evaluation of plaques and eschars limited to the black-haired markings on the dorsum of the body. The plaques and eschars were of acute onset. Histopathologic evaluation revealed epidermal, adnexal, and vascular necrosis, and subepidermal vesiculation consistent with a full-thickness burn. Because of the history of exposure to direct sunlight, limitation of plaques and eschars to black-haired dorsal skin, histopathology, and lack of another identifying cause, the lesions were attributed to a thermal burn from sunlight.
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Keywords: Dalmatian; burn; canine; skin; sun

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: DermatoDiagnostics, Edmonds, Washington, 98026 USA and Department of Comparative Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, 98195 USA, 2: Mesa Veterinary Hospital Ltd. Mesa, Arizona, 85205 USA

Publication date: March 1, 1999

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