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Mycotoxicosis

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Claire Speight

Emma Purnell


Mycotoxicosis

Mycotoxicosis is the disease resulting from exposure to a mycotoxin. A mycotoxin is a toxin produced by organisms from fungus and is capable of causing disease and often death in rabbits.

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What clinical signs do rabbits with Mycotoxicosis show?

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How do rabbits become infected?

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What can my vet do to treat my rabbit?

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Can it be prevented?

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