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Journal:   JOURNAL OF ARTHROPOD-BORNE DISEASES   2010 , Volume 4 , Number 2; Page(s) 68 To 71.
 
Paper: 

EAR MITE INFESTATION IN FOUR IMPORTED DOGS FROM THAILAND; A CASE REPORT

 
 
Author(s):  MAAZI N., JAMSHIDI SH.*, HADADZADEH H.R.
 
* DEPARTMENT OF CLINICAL SCIENCES, FACULTY OF VETERINARY MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF TEHRAN
 
Abstract: 

Otodectes cynotis, ear mite or ear canker mite, is the most common cause of otitis external in cats (approximately 50%) and to a lesser extent in dogs, foxes and ferrets. The mite is living on the epidermal surface of auditory canal without burrowing into the tissue and feeding on tissue fluids and debris. In most of the cases they induce hypersensitivity reactions in the host. Four puppies; Siberian husky, Cocker spaniel, Terrier and mixed Pekignese with different genders and ages were referred to the Small Animal Hospital, Veterinary Faculty of Tehran University, Tehran, Iran for routine clinical examination just after they were imported from Thailand in a timeframe between June to August 2008. Clinical examinations showed an excessive dark brown discharge in both ears. No signs of other clinical situations were observed. White moving mites were seen during otoscopy examination, the specimen of ear discharge was sent to parasitology laboratory for precise identification of genus and species. Mites were identified as Otodectes cynotis and the presence of concurrent yeast and bacterial infection was showed by laboratory examinations. Topical Amitraz solution in combination with otic antibacterial and antifungal agents were administered as the treatment. Since, all the reported cases were imported from Thailand, careful clinical examination and quarantine strategies are highly ecommended at the borders.

 
Keyword(s): EAR MITE, OTODECTES CYNOTIS, OTITIS EXTERNAL, DOGS, IRAN
 
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