Check out these 3 facts below!
1) This condition usually affects cats.There are 3️forms of this disease.
Eosinophilic granuloma(This can look like a swelling such as the one seen on this cat’s lower lip),eosinophilic plaque or indolent ulcer
2) This condition can be diagnosed by a simple skin test called a skin cytology. There are usually large numbers of eosinophils which are a type of white blood cell.
3) The cause is usually a hypersensitivity reaction due to antigenic stimulation. This can be due to allergens (such as environmental or food) or ectoparasites (such as fleas)
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