Introduction

Dermatophilus is a common cutaneous and sometimes subcutaneous condition caused by the Gram positive actinomycetes Dermatophilus congolensis and other closely related Dermatophilus spp.  This bacterium induces disease in a wide variety of wild and captive mammals and reptiles. Disease incidence is highest in the hot humid tropics and subtropics and in areas with heavy prolonged rainfall. In hot monsoon climates, cattle are the primary animals affected, and the disease is endemic in some portions of Africa.

Who Should Enrol

Veterinarians

Course Design

Blended Course

Course Highlights

CPD points

Learning Outcomes

Continued Professional Development

Assessment

Test: Question and Answer

Accreditation

South African Veterinary Council (SAVC)

1 CPD Point

AC/0674/21

Certification

Pass the test with 80% - Retries allowed: 3




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Dermatophilosis in Animals Disease Diagnostics

1.0 CPD Points