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Dermatologic problems of rabbits


Dermatologic problems of rabbits



Compendium on Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian 25(2): 90-101



ISSN/ISBN: 0193-1903

DOI: 10.1053/saep.2002.123982

Most skin conditions in rabbits result from a wide variety of pathogens, including parasites (the most frequent cause), fungi, bacteria, and viruses. In addition, reports of noninfectious diseases of domestic rabbits are increasing. This article discusses rabbit skin disease based on the predominance of one of four clinical signs: pruritus, scaling or crusting, alopecia with minimal pruritus, and nodules. Miscellaneous conditions are also discussed.

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