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Papillomaviridae

Equine Papillomatosis and Sarcoids

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Warts appear around these 4 places in horses: Lips, muzzle, external nares, and legs
What is the age of the infected horses with warts? 1-3 years
How do you treat this? Same as for cattle
What is the most common benign tumor in horses? a Sarcoid, representing about 20% of all equine tumors diagnosed at necropsy
What are sarcoids? locally invasive benign fibroblastic skin tumors that occur in equids between 1-6 years of age
What types of breeds are more at risk for this virus due to a type of MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX? Arabians, Appaloosas, and Quarter Horses
Describe characteristics of the lesions. Commonly occur on traumatized area. Single or multiple. Occurs most frequently on lower legs, head, and ventral abdomen. Skin thickened and roughened, becomes ulcerated.
Do sarcoids metastasize? NO, but they do persist for life and are locally invasive that usually reccuring within 6 months of surgical removal
What are three ways to treat sarcoids? (1)Surgical incision. (2)Laser Surgery. (3)Cryosurgery
Created by: lkollmeier