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Surgical treatment of farmyard pox. Orf, milker's nodules, bovine papular stomatitis pox.

Superficial epidermal surgical removal of localized bullous lesions of viral origin is recommended. An example is presented in which the patient had what we have termed "farmyard pox." This is our generic label for the clinically indistinguishable parapox viral infections acquired from farm animals, which include orf, milker's nodules, and the pox of bovine papular stomatitis. The surgery is simple and rapid, and completely removes the lesions. This eliminates the possibility of enlargement and contagion, and also promotes rapid healing.

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