Neoplastic diseases

 

 

 

Viral diseases with growth of masses

Do horned rabbits really exist ? Papillomatosis (warts)

Fibroma

Myxomatosis

Sparsky and Brownie: nodular type of myxomatosis in 2 vaccinated rabbits, by Janet Lacey

 

Neoplastic masses in body

Dyzia: respiratory difficulties and masses in uterine, lungs and lymph node, by Dr. Magdalena Stasiowska

 

Tumor of the thymus

Sebaceous adenitis associated to thymoma in rabbits, with video

Thymoma-associated exfoliative dermatitis in a rabbit, by K. Florizoone

Radiation therapy for the treatment of thymoma in rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus), by D. Sanchez-Migallon Guzman, J. Mayer, J. Gould and C. Azuma

The use of megavoltage radiation therapy in the treatment of thymomas in rabbits: 19 cases, by K. M. Andres, M. Kent, C. T. Siedlecki, J. Mayer, J. Brandấo, M. G. Hawkins, J. K. Morrisey, K. Quesenberry, V. E. Valli and R. A. Bennett

 

Lymphoma

Case report: did Freddy rabbit suffer from skin lymphoma ? by Celine Fischer

Lymphoma with cutaneous involvement in three domestic rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus), by S. D. White, T. Campbell, A. Logan, A. Meredith, P. Schultheiss, T. van Winkle, P. Moore, D.K. Naydan and F. Mallon

 

Sarcoma

Fibrosarcoma in rabbits

Myxoid sarcoma or myxosarcoma in rabbits

Probable periosteal osteosarcoma in a rabbit (PDF)

 

 

 

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