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Myxomatosis swollen eyelids

Thickened eyelids are the first sign of myxomatosis although there may be a nodular skin lesion at the site of initial inoculation somewhere else on the body. The eyelids continue to become thickened, inflamed and infected over the next few days before nodular lesions develop especially on the eyelids, nasal planum, face, base of the pinnae and genitalia.
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