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Anorectal papilloma

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Abstract

Anorectal papillomas in rabbits are benign, well differentiated epithelial tumours of the anorectal junction. Their aetiology is unknown but they have not been associated with any papilloma viruses, and transmission experiments have been unsuccessfull. This chapter explains the relevant anatomy, and goes on to cover clinical signs, differential diagnosis and diagnostic procedures, treatment options and prognosis. : Surgical removal of anorectal papillomas.

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18.1 An anorectal papilloma prior to surgery. (Courtesy of Kevin Eatwell)
Image of Anorectal papilloma being removed by radiosurgery. (Courtesy of Kevin Eatwell)
Anorectal papilloma being removed by radiosurgery. (Courtesy of Kevin Eatwell) Anorectal papilloma being removed by radiosurgery. (Courtesy of Kevin Eatwell)
Image of A typical red and friable papilloma that was removed by radiosurgery. (Courtesy of Kevin Eatwell)
A typical red and friable papilloma that was removed by radiosurgery. (Courtesy of Kevin Eatwell) A typical red and friable papilloma that was removed by radiosurgery. (Courtesy of Kevin Eatwell)

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