Enilconazole as a treatment of naturally occurring dermatophytosis in rabbit farms: a review.
This article summarises six clinical trials with the antimycotic enilconazole carried out in four countries. lt is concluded that desinfection with enilconazole spray of the total environment (walls, ceiling, cages, etc.) in rabbit stables is an effective way of controlling dermatophytosis. The number of ringworm les1ons regressed substantially after the application of the ready-to-use spray. A high dosage of 50 mg/m2 enilconazole was applied because caging and nest materials and other litter were present. No sideeffects were observed. This treatment should be carried out twice weekly in batteries filled with rabbits and should be continued for at least 3 weeks.
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Official journal of the World Rabbit Science Association (WRSA)
e-ISSN: 1989-8886 ISSN: 1257-5011 https://doi.org/10.4995/wrs