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Horse Ringworm

Horse Ringworm



  Summary definition : Skin disease caused by a keratinophilic fungus (Trychophyton equinum)

  Symptoms: Loss of hair in a circular pattern, surrounded by scabs and skin flakes. No itching, except to remove flaking skin. Very contagious, both directly and indirectly (via the grooming kit or the environment, etc.).


  Season: Mainly autumn/winter, owing to the humidity, but possible all year round

  Areas affected: Head, neck, thorax, sometimes legs

 Short-term care: Antifungal and isolation. Disinfect equipment.



Indicative information - Does not replace consultation with a veterinarian

Posted on 07/22/2016 Equine Parasitosis 10334