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Oral papilloma

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Oral papilloma

Like many other mammals, rabbits can suffer from papilloma viruses that cause rough, reddened, wart-like skin lesions. Benign oral papilloma are most common in domestic rabbits but in some regions of the world, a more serious form of the virus can affect other areas of the skin and can develop into a more serious form of cancer.

Oral papilloma virus has been observed in domestic rabbits within South and North America, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands.

What is oral papilloma?

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How will my veterinarian diagnose and treat oral papilloma?

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How does skin papilloma differ from oral papilloma?

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