Case studies | Veterinary Medicine | Brazil | Volume 10 Issue 4, April 2021
Auricular Hematoma in a Dog Treated by Homeopathic Therapy - Case Report
Abstract: Background: Auricular hematoma is a self-limiting disease, usually traumatic in origin, and most commonly affects dogs than cats. Surgery is usually the treatment of choice. However, homeopathic therapy has been gaining ground in these treatments for offering innumerable advantages, such as easy administration, low cost, no side effects to the patient's organism. Case Presentation: This study aimed to report a case of an auricular hematoma in a 17-year- old female dog treated with the ultra-diluted injectable (Arsenicum album and Hamamelis virginiana) and oral (Bellis perenis and A. album) medicines. Conclusions: The patient presented a successful response over 30 days of treatment with complete resolution of the disease, and no complications throughout the period were recorded.
Keywords: Auricular hematoma, complementary therapies, dog
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 4, April 2021,
Pages: 1061 - 1063