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could you attach picture for me to look at ?
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for Khloe those look to be:
Now Khole does need to see the vet.
What I typically do with these types of lesions is pop one with a needle to get an idea of what they are made of.
If they are gritty like mineral I start with lab values to get an idea of what is going on.
Based on the lab values I then decide if I need a biopsy for diagnosis.
The calcium deposit are secondary to a disease. This is a good link to read http://www.vcahospitals.com/main/pet-health-information/article/animal-health/calcinosis-circumscripta-and-cutis/590.
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no its not ringworm.
Its either Calcinosis circumscripta or milia.
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