By Trenti, F. and Zemljic, B., ,
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Observations were made since the spring of 1992 in the Atlas mountains. Histopathological examination showed a pronounced papillomatous-type of hyperplasia, which became filiform papilloma in chronic cases. The changes resembled those seen in bovine papillomas and verruca caused by papovavirus (BPV1-BPV6). The diseases could not be transmitted and no treponema species were isolated. It is concluded that the disease has a multifactorial origin and the term dermatitis digitalis papillomatosa is suggested
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