2021 article

Bullous amyloidosis in a horse: first description in veterinary medicine

Fussell, D., Bizikova, P., Breuhaus, B., Harris, R. A., Moore, A. R., Chen, L., & Linder, K. E. (2021, June 13). VETERINARY DERMATOLOGY.

MeSH headings : Amyloid; Amyloidosis / diagnosis; Amyloidosis / veterinary; Animals; Blister / veterinary; Female; Horse Diseases / diagnosis; Horses; Mucous Membrane; Skin
TL;DR: Bullous amyloidosis is a novel disease of the horse and a newly recognised differential for bullous disease, for which the haemorrhagic nature of bullae, scarring and deep secondary ulcers are considered clinical clues to the condition. (via Semantic Scholar)
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BackgroundBullous amyloidosis is a rare disease in humans that has not been described in a veterinary species in the peer‐reviewed literature. The human disease is characterised by haemorrhagic vesicles and bullae on the skin and mucosae, which form due to amyloid deposition.