Injectable homeopathy treat otohematoma in a dog: Case report
Author(s): Ana Catarina V Valle and Aloisio Cunha de Carvalho
Abstract: Aural hematoma is considered a relatively common disease in the small animal clinic, with a higher prevalence in dogs than in cats. This alteration is characterized by blood accumulation in the animals' external ear, which is usually traumatic in origin. In general, the treatment is performed surgically, and its recurrence is frequent. Integrative Therapies have been gaining ground within Veterinary Medicine and in clinical practice for small animals. Consequently, the treatments are becoming increasingly frequent for various diseases. The objective of this study was to report a case of aural hematoma in a 10-year-old male mixed-breed dog, treated with injectable ultra-diluted (Rhus tox and Hamamelis virginiana) and oral (Bellis perenis) medicines, showing favorable response in 11 days of treatment, and complete resolution of the disease in 30 days.