Clinical signs

Clinical Manifestations

Clinical manifestations and laboratory abnormalities found in Canine Leishmaniosis due to L. infantum. General: Generalized lymphadenomegaly, loss of body weight…
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Clinical staging

Treatment and Prognosis

A system that divides Canine Leishmaniosis into four stages is aimed at assisting the clinician in determining the appropriate therapy, forecasting prognosis, and implementing…
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Diagnostic approach

Diagnosis

Diagnosis is based on clinical signs and/or clinicopathological abnormalities compatible with disease and by confirmation of Leishmania infantum infection, using mainly…
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Treatment protocols

Therapy

Current treatment protocols for CanL.
Meglumine antimoniate, Miltefosine, Allopurinol and Domperidone. Dose and main side effects…
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Monitoring

Recommended monitoring of clinicopathological parameters and serology during and after treatment of CanL.
Parameters and frequency. Clinical history and complete…
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Prevention

Prevention should include the application of a long-acting topical insecticide throughout the period of sand fly activity. Additionally, vaccination might be considered.
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