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Ancheta, O.; Cruz, D.; Guevara, C.; Rodríguez, S.; Chamizo, E.; Valdés, T.; Harvey, Y.; Gutiérrez, N.; González, L. (2009)
Publisher: Comité Interamericano de Sociedades de Microscopía Electrónica (CIASEM)
Languages: Spanish
Types: Article
Subjects: 1484, Marine mammals, Diseases, Viral diseases, Diseases, Viral diseases
La papilomatosis es una entidad tumoral generalmente benigna que ataca la piel y mucosas de diferentes zonas del cuerpo. Esta enfermedad puede limitar la reproducción en los cetáceos y una de sus causas puede ser la infección por papilomavirus. La observación de pequeñas verrugas en la piel o mucosas de estos animales hace inferir la presencia de lesiones papilomatosas.
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