myxomatosis cuniculi

myxomatosis cuniculi
infectious myxomatosis an infectious, highly fatal, febrile disease of rabbits caused by the myxoma virus, and characterized by edematous swelling of the mucous membranes and myxomalike tumors of the skin.

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