Papillomatous lesions of skin, Wart on cow eyelid
Ocular: Hypopyon; mycotic keratitis; corneal ulcer; choroidal granuloma; nodules of iris; cicatrization of eyelid; ectropion; descemetocele; panophthalmitis; recurrent papillomatous lesion upper lid; granulomatous conjunctivitis.
Clinical: Granulomatous lesions of skin, lung, bone, or any part of the body. Petra Grüning Again and again, when from autumn to spring the water temperatures in the garden pond are below 18°C, some animals of the population fall ill with carp pox.
This is often an annual problem, but it can also occur chronically throughout the year and is familiar to many owners of Koi carp Cyprinus carpio.
Carp pox Carp pox is a benign, proliferative skin disease which is caused by the cyprinide herpesvirus 1 CyHV During the infection, hyperplastic, papillomatous skin changes develop in the Koi. The skin tumours appear milky-white to grey and resemble melted wax.
Current Ocular Therapy, 5th ed.
Blastomycosis of the eyelid and conjunctiva. Systemic North American blastomycosis with orbital involvement.
North American blastomycosis: a study of 40 patients. Contagious ecthyma induces acute pustular lesions that progress to scabs in the skin of the papillomatous lesions of skin, around the outside and inside of the mouth, face, ears, vulva, lets, scrotum, teats, and feet, usually around the coronet and in the interdigital region.
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