КОЖНЫЕ ПРОЯВЛЕНИЯ СИСТЕМНЫХ ЗАБОЛЕВАНИЙ

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Дата публикации: 21 октября 2019
Патриция Д. Уайт

DVM, MS, дипл. ACVD, Ветеринарная дерматологическая и аллергологическая клиника Атланты, Джорджия, США

Д-р Уайт получила степень DVM в ветеринарной школе Университета Таскиги, Алабама, США. После окончания резидентуры по дерматологии и получения степени магистра, а затем постдокторантуры в Университете штата Огайо, она открыла специализированную дерматологическую клинику у себя на родине, в Атланте. Области ее клинических интересов включают болезни уха и новые методы ведения атопического дерматита.


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