Based on the clinical appearance of the lesions and history of rapid onset of the condition the case was diagnosed as Acute Moist Dermatitis.
Topical Fusidic Acid/Betamethasone containing-gel compared to synthetic therapy in the treatment of Canine Acute Moist Dermatitis.
Acute moist dermatitis, also known as pyotraumatic dermatitis or hot spot, is a superficial inflammatory process of undetermined cause and pathogenesis (Viking and Frendin, 2002).
The dog was tentatively diagnosed for acute moist dermatitis and underwent routine hematology, skin scrapping examination and bacterial culture and antibiotic sensitivity examination of the lesion swab.
During the present study, hot spot dermatitis or acute moist dermatitis
cases showed redness, pruritus, oozing, pain and itchiness on neck region (Fig.