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mange

 (mānj)
n.
Any of several contagious skin diseases of mammals caused by parasitic mites and characterized by skin lesions, itching, and loss of hair.

[Middle English manjeue, from Old French manjue, from mangier, to eat; see manger.]

mange

(meɪndʒ)
n
(Veterinary Science) an infectious disorder mainly affecting domestic animals, characterized by itching, formation of papules and vesicles, and loss of hair: caused by parasitic mites
[C14: from Old French mangeue itch, literally: eating, from mangier to eat]

mange

(meɪndʒ)

n.
any of various skin diseases caused by parasitic mites, affecting animals and sometimes humans and characterized by loss of hair and scabby eruptions.
[1530–40; < Middle French mangeue itch, n. derivative of mangier to eat; see manger]
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Noun1.mange - a persistent and contagious disease of the skin causing inflammation and itching and loss of hairmange - a persistent and contagious disease of the skin causing inflammation and itching and loss of hair; affects domestic animals (and sometimes people)
animal disease - a disease that typically does not affect human beings
Translations
kapisyyhy

mange

[meɪndʒ] Nsarna f

mange

nRäude f; (of man)Krätze f
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Amitraz, the only Food and Drug Administration-approved treatment for canine demodicosis, is available only as a dip.
Some dogs with aural hematoma showed presence of dermatological lesions like pyoderma, demodicosis and atopy.
Oxidative stress may be involved in several pathological conditions in farm animals, such as thermal and physical discomfort, injuries [5], colitis [6], and sepsis [7] in pigs, pneumonic pasteurellosis in sheep [8], pneumonia in foals [9], and demodicosis in dogs [10].
Rosacea may appear in any immunocompetent patient and has to be differentiated from demodicosis of either immunocompetent or immunodeficient patients [2].
Los perros con demodicosis presentaron valores medios de colesterol y de trigliceridos superiores a los del grupo control, aunque estadisticamente no fueron resenables (TABLA II) debido a la variabilidad individual encontrada.
ABCB1-1[DELTA] (MDR1-1[DELTA]) genotype is associated with adverse reaction in dogs treated with milbemycin oxime for generalized demodicosis.
True localized demodicosis typically is a self-curing disease that isn't too much of a big deal," Dr.
Demodicosis is a condition which refers to infestation with the parasitic mite demodex species, folliculorum or brevis (see Figure 1), and can lead to both types of blepharitis: anterior (d.
10), have shown that the most frequent dermatological diseases were, in a decreasing order, flea bite allergic dermatitis, skin neoplasia, bacterial piodermitis, seborrhea, allergies, demodicosis, scabies, immune mediated dermatosis, endocrine dermatosis and acral lick dermatitis.