Compare the before and after pictures of different skin problems treated with the therapeutic laser!
(6a) to (6e) Evolution of a skin wound during laser treatment in a cat at D0, D3, D12, D21 and D60.
Images of Dr. Susan Kelleher. P.107 Laser Therapy in Veterinary Medicine, Photobiomodulation Edited by Ronald J. Riegel, DVM and John C. Godbold, Jr., DVM
Figure 19.5 shows a case (a) upon presentation, (b) during a laser treatment session (wearing goggles), and (c) on a re-check visit 2 weeks later. This cat is a great example of the rapid positive responses seen.
P.209 Laser Therapy in Veterinary Medicine, Photobiomodulation. Edited by Ronald J. Riegel, DVM and John C. Godbold, Jr., DVM
Methicillin-resistant bacterial dermatitis
“Chronic granulomatous lesion on the front paw of a leopard at a rescue sanctuary. Multiple other therapies, along with environmental enrichment, had been attempted, with no success at reducing continued self-trauma. Laser therapy was instituted (a) and improvement was noted (b).”
Sebaceous gland cyst ruptured
A single treatment carried out on 23 May 2017
Figure 19.6 (a) Self-inflicted excoriation and dermal lesions due to allergic dermatitis on presentation. (b) The same patient without erythema and with significant hait regrowth 3 weeks later, following three laser therapy treatments.
P.107 Laser Therapy in Veterinary Medicine, Photobiomodulation Edited by Ronald J. Riegel, DVM and John C. Godbold, Jr., DVM
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