Fish Disease: Diagnosis and Treatment

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Wiley, Apr 19, 1996 - Medical - 378 pages
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With fish health experts being increasingly called upon to provide answers about disease outbreaks in fishery populations, Dr. Noga has compiled the most comprehensive reference book available regarding fish diagnostics. Divided into three sections: methods for diagnosing fish diseases, problem list, and methods for treating fish diseases, the book will guide the reader through the most commonly encountered fish diseases and provide the knowledge to manage those diseases effectively. It can be used by people engaged in fish culture and husbandry, as well as fish diagnostics, research, or teaching.

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This is really a very good book very much useful for the students who perform research. This books deals everything from the basics to the advanced level of diagnosing the disease and treatment.

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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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