fibropapilloma

fibropapilloma

 [fi″bro-pap″ĭ-lo´mah]
a papilloma containing much fibrous tissue.

fi·bro·pap·il·lo·ma

(fī'brō-pap'i-lō'mă),
A papilloma characterized by a conspicuous amount of fibrous connective tissue at the base and forming the cores upon which the neoplastic epithelial cells are massed.

fibropapilloma

/fi·bro·pap·il·lo·ma/ (-pap″ĭ-lo´mah) fibroepithelial papilloma.

fibropapilloma

fi·bro·pap·il·lo·ma

(fī'brō-pap-i-lō'mă)
A papilloma characterized by a conspicuous amount of fibrous connective tissue at the base and forming the cores on which the neoplastic epithelial cells are massed.

fi·bro·pap·il·lo·ma

(fī'brō-pap-i-lō'mă)
A papilloma characterized by a conspicuous amount of fibrous connective tissue at the base and forming the cores on which the neoplastic epithelial cells are massed.

fibropapilloma (fī´brōpap´ilōmə),

fibropapilloma

the common wart composed of epithelial and connective tissue caused by species-specific papillomaviruses, genus Papovaviridae. See also papilloma, fibroma, papillomavirus.
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Fibropapillomas on a cow's teat. By permission from Blowey RW, Weaver AD, Diseases and Disorders of Cattle, Mosby, 1997

genital fibropapilloma
see genital papillomatosis.
transmissible fibropapilloma
caused by bovine papillomavirus 2 on the penis of the bull; transmitted by coitus.
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Occasional stranding's of immature green turtles with evidence of boat collisions or of fibropapilloma tumors have occurred; otherwise no direct hazards for green turtles are known at the study sites.
Excised biopsy materials were indicative of typical fibropapilloma in all 35 cases with degenerative changes of cells of retephages with marked cytoplasmic vacoulation of remaining cells as per similar reports Gupta et al.
The fibropapilloma was growing, had become infected and was attracting flies which were annoying Reuben so it was best to remove it.
Biochemical responses to fibropapilloma and captivity in the green turtle.
Nesting turtles were flipper and PIT tagged and checked for fibropapilloma virus.
In the last 20 years, marine turtles have also been attacked by a deadly tumor called Fibropapilloma (FB).
The necropsy data included a complete set of carapace measurements, organ condition evaluations, and information on fibropapilloma tumor occurrence and severity; see Work and Balazs (1999a, 1999b) for details on the entire data set.
In the mid-1990s, fibropapilloma tumours (FP), thought to be caused by pollution, were the single greatest threat to the green turtle and are now spreading to other species of turtle in increasing numbers.
Though originally described in the late 1930s in green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas) in the Florida Keys, the conspicuous external tumors associated with fibropapilloma disease were anecdotally noted in this species in Florida around 1900 (Jacobson et al.
To add to their troubled future, many sea turtles are becoming infected with the fibropapilloma tumors which are growths that are virally caused.