Fish Diseases and Medicine 1st Edition
Fish are critically important to the welfare of this planet and its occupants, the health of both wild and captive fish
Readers will gain a broader understanding of the basic biology of infectious and non-infectious diseases in fish, as well as novel diagnostic techniques and innovative disease control methods. Over 300 high-quality color photographs illustrate the conditions described
Nineteen chapters by expert international contributors provide the veterinarian, fish health professional, fisheries biologist and fish researcher with an understanding of anatomy, water quality, diagnostic methodology, and basic clinical medicine of fish. Each organ system chapter provides
- an overview of the most common diseases or syndromes
- the etiological agent
- route of transmission
- typical host range
- clinical presentation
- possible differentials
- most current means of diagnosis for that particular problem
- potential management and control methods
This text will serve as a resource for the identification and control of fish diseases in a multitude of settings, from aquarium fish, to home ponds, to aquaculture species, to research fish and to even wild fish populations.
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