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Anorectal papilloma

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Anorectal papilloma

Anorectal papillomas are sometimes found in rabbits. They appear as small, cauliflower like tumours and bleed easily. They may be seen protruding from the anus of the rabbit, or the rabbit may be completely absent of any clinical signs.

What rabbits can be affected?

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What are the signs?

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Are they dangerous?

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Should I take my rabbit to my vets?

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Is any treatment needed?

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Will my rabbit be OK?

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