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Lisa, the woods lamp test does not cause all varieties of ringworm to fluoresce. This is why a fungal culture is also performed. Once the culture has come back negative and her fur has fully grown back in, she can be allowed to free-roam and you can be certain the treatment has been effective with no false negative.
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