Table of Contents
Part I: Methods for Diagnosing Fish Diseases; Major Cultured Species; Types of Culture Systems; Equipping a Fish Disease Diagnostic Facility; The Clinical Work-Up; Postmortem Techniques; Guidelines for Interpreting Clinical Findings; How to Use the Problem List; Clinical Decision Making: Have the Major Problems Been Identified?; Prioritizing Problems; Treatment Plans; When to Refer Cases; Sample Problem Data Sheet; Part II: Problem Lists; 93 problems listed in the order in which they are encountered in the physical work up, as described in Part I; Part III: Methods for Treating Fish Diseases; Treatment Guidelines; Pharmacopoeia.
Edward J. Noga, MS, DVM, received his BS (with honors) and MS in Biology from Florida Atlantic University. He received the DVM degree with honors from the University of Florida in 1982. Also in 1982, he joined the faculty at North Carolina State University as an Assistant Professor of Aquatic Medicine, where he initiated the Aquatic Medicine program. Currently he is Professor of Aquatic Medicine. His main interests involve studies of infectious diseases in finfish and shellfish, with emphasis on immune mechanisms and how these are influenced by environment and toxins.
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