An outbreak of cutaneous staphylococcosis caused high mortality among newborn and very young rabbits. The most typical lesions were exudative dermatitis in the youngest, subcutaneous abscesses in rabbits of all ages and mastitis in lactating does. Generalised staphylococcosis was a frequent secondary manifestation of the disease.
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