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Friday 19th of September 2014



Alopecia


General information on Alopecia

Alopecia is the abnormal loss of hair on the cats body. This may be hereditary, acquired or sympoms from another possible disease. Skin infections such as fungal infection or ringworm can create circular patches of hair loss. Alopecia can also be caused by reactions to recent injection treatment with rabies or other vaccines.


Symptoms of Alopecia

The symptoms of Alopecia is loss of hair in small localized patches or in large areas of the cat.

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Treatments for Alopecia

Your veterinarian may need to perform a series of skin and other type of tests to determine the cause of the hair loss.




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My cat has lost all hair on his lower belly and it is continuing to his chest. He has also lost hair along the blone on his back legs and it is thinning by his ears. He acts pretty normal- is this alopecia?
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