Clinical, histological and immunohistochemical study of feline viral plaques and bowenoid in situ carcinomas.


Feline viral plaques (FVP) induced by papillomavirus (PV) are often hyperpigmented and flat warts. The fact that up to 47% of bowenoid in situ carcinomas (BISC), which also usually occur in the form of hyperpigmented plaques, are positive for PV antigen in immunochemistry suggests that BISC could evolve from FVP. The relationship between the presence of PV… (More)


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