My 1 1/2 year old Ancona named Barbara is having dry bumpy lesions around her mouth. Here are the details: She seemed with withdrawn and lethargic about a month ago. At closer inspection, I noticed small bumps around the corners of her mouth. She has been quarantined ever since. After a 14 day cycle of antibiotics, she is eating hardily, gaining weight, active, and back to herself. She however still has the bumps around her beak. Her treatment consists of cleaning the area with Iodine and water supplement with Avia charge 2000. She is fed Nutreana feeds and is given access to fresh greens. She has been dewormed recently and is mite free. I suspect it may be fowl pox, but there are no other signs of it near her eyes, comb, or legs. It doesn't look like a canker because her mouth and throat is clear. She seems fine, but I do not want to release her back to the general population until those bumpy lesions are gone. I have tried to identify this via the web and various books but can't seem to make connection to another similar disease. Any help would be appreciated.