interdigital

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interdigital

(ˌɪntəˈdɪdʒɪtəl)
adj
(Anatomy) between the fingers
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Interdigital fibroma is a common and frequently associated etiology for lameness which constitutes of over growth and protrusion of connective tissue covered by skin epithelium between the digits.
Interdigital Fibroma can be caused by factors like trauma, excessive motion or moisture and abnormal foot and hoof conformation, such as splay toes and protrusions of the interdigital foot pad.
Interdigital fibroma is one of the common foot lesions observed in bullocks.