Read-Only Case Details Reviewed: Oct - Pemphigus of vulva in dogs
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Is a condition that results in the blistering of the skin, most commonly on the nose, ears, eyelids, paw pads, armpits, and groin. In rare cases, it can affect the junctions between mucous membranes and skin (lips, eyes. It is the most severe form of pemphigus and is rare among dogs and cats. lips, nares, eyelids), and mucous membranes (oral cavity, anus, vulva, prepuce.