Sebaceous adenitis

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Clinical features

  • The primary clinical sign is the presence of a non-pruritic scaling dermatoses. Patchy alopecia and erythema may also be present.
  • The scaling may first start on the head or dew-lap area.
  • In the limited number of rabbits with this disease, several had other health problems, such as ulcerative pododermatitis ('sore hocks')    and a mediastinal cyst. The relationship of these diseases with sebaceous adenitits is uncertain.
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