Haut-Krankheiten bei Kaninchen

 Kim Chilson  


Differentielle Diagnose für Haut-Krankheiten bei Kaninchen

Varying shedding patterns among rabbits

Hair loss (alopecia) in rabbits

Shedding from the ears, by Tal Saarony

Chronic wetness of the chin or dewlap in rabbits: non-dental causes, by Arie van Praag and Esther van Praag


Virale Krankheiten

Viruses of the wild and domestic rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus), Präsentation von Dr. Esther van Praag (PDF)

Papillom oder warzenartige Geschwulst

Formation of cauliflower-like growths on the skin and mucous membrane of rabbits, by Patrick Jacquaz, Tiffany Adams, Marjorie Panchaud, Arie van Praag, Julie Smith and Esther van Praag

Fibrom oder Geschwulst mit zellreichem Bindegewebe


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

Herpes sp virus in rabbits

Herpes simplex encephalitis in rabbits, by P. Grest et al.

Naturally occurring Herpes Simplex encephalitis in a domestic rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus), by H. Weissenböck et al. (PDF)


Bakterielle Krankheiten

Chronic wetness of the chin or dewlap in rabbits: non-dental causes, by Arie van Praag and Esther van Praag

Skin abscess in rabbits

Abscess management in rabbit, an illustrated guide, by C. Macey

Staphylococcosis affecting young rabbits, by M. Gruaz

Treponematosis - rabbit syphilis

Case report: atypical treponematosis - rabbit syphilis in a rabbit, by T. Saarony

Pseudomonas aeruginosa or green fur syndrome

Paws are good indicators of the rabbit's health (2) - Pseudomonas aeruginosa, by Esther van Praag, Ph.D.

Schmorl’s disease or skin necrosis due to Fusobacterium necrophorum

Tularämie (Hasenpest) bei Kaninchen


Pilz Krankheiten

Pilz verbundene Dermatose

Paws, good indicator of the rabbit's health (fungal dermatitis), by Esther van Praag, Ph.D.

Disseminated histoplasmosis (Histoplasma capsulatum) in a pet rabbit: case report and review of the literature, by João Brandão, Samantha Woods, Natalie Fowlkes, Mary Leissinger, Robert Blair, Cherie Pucheu-Haston, James Johnson, Christina Elster Phillips, Thomas Tully


Acarida verbundene Krankheiten

Ohr-Milben: Psoroptes cuniculi

Haut-Milben: Cheyletiella parasitovorax  and Listrophorus gibbus

Weniger häufige Fellmilben bei Kaninchen: Trombicula autumnalis and Dermanyssus gallinae

Krätzmilbe: Sarcoptes scabiei  and Notoedres cati

Ticks in rabbits


Insekten verbundene  Krankheiten

Fleas and rabbits

Myiasis (Fliegenmadenkrankheit)

Flystrike – don’t get caught out, by the UK Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund

Myiasis by botfly (Cuterebra sp.) in rabbits


Hormonelle Störungen

Case report: bilateral symmetrical alopecia in a rabbit

Bilateral symmetrical alopecia is sporadically observed in male and female rabbits, by Janet Geren, Kim Chilson and Esther van Praag


Metabolische Krankheit

Case report: Mitsie, a rabbit suffering from cutaneous calcinosis circumscripta and chronic renal failure, by Katka Pruskova and Esther van Praag


“Verhalten” Krankheiten

Self-mutilating behavior in rabbits

Self-injurious behavior in rabbits and does, by Esther van Praag, Ph.D.


“Mechanische” Krankheiten

Ulcerative pododermatitis in rabbits

Pododermatiis in rabbits, a difficult problem, by Esther van Praag, Ph.D.

Bein und Ohr Ringen


Skin anomaly

Low hanging or pendulous testis caused by collagen dysplasia in some non-neutered male rabbits ?, by Esther van Praag, Ph.D.


Fur anomalies

Hairlessness in rabbits is a rare occurrence..., by Michel Gruaz and Esther van Praag



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


Chemical burning of skin

Ear pinnae of a lop rabbit show skin burns, phlebitis and necrosis after daily cleaning with chlorhexidine, by Esther van Praag, Ph.D.



Bandaging a rabbit hind-foot

Abscess management in rabbit, an illustrated guide, by C. Macey


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