Chronic Lick Granuloma
The patient was presented with a chronic, 1 month old, lick granuloma on the right front limb. No underlying cause could be found.
Phototherapy was done for 5 minutes, once a day (using the 21 day + protocol), for 5 days. No other medication or collars were used during this trial.
The wound improved dramatically over the treatment period. The owners noted that the dog was licking the area much less frequently. After the 5 days, the owners were pleased with the results and treatment was postponed indefinitely. The condition has not recurred to date.
Treatment and case study are courtesy of Vetlight in Pretoria.