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Papillomaviridae

Canine Oral Papillomatosis

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T/F. This is a contagious, SELF-LIMITING disease affecting the oral cavity of young dogs. It can invovle all young dogs in a kennel TRUE
Explain the warts found on the young dog. Found anywhere on the oral mucosa. Begin as smooth, white elevations but become roughened and cauliflower-like. DO NOT extend below the epiglottis or into the esophagus.
What is normal about this infection? It normally regresses, but some warts can persist indefinitely. Secondary bacT infections of the ulcerated warts can occur too.
Are dogs resistant to reinfection? YES
Created by: lkollmeier