Clinical Guide to Fish Medicine
by Catherine Hadfield, Leigh Clayton
Designed as a practical resource, Clinical Guide to Fish Medicine provides an evidence-based approach to the veterinary care of fish. This guide—written and edited by experts in the field—contains essential information on husbandry, diagnostics, and case management of bony and cartilaginous fish.
This important resource:
- Provides clinically relevant information on topics such as anatomy, water quality, life-support systems, nutrition, behavioral training, clinical examination, clinical pathology, diagnostic imaging, necropsy techniques, anesthesia and analgesia, surgery, medical treatment, and transport
- Describes common presenting problems of fish, including possible differentials and practical approaches
- Reviews key information on non-infectious and infectious diseases of fish in a concise format that is easily accessible in a clinical setting
Written for veterinarians, biologists, technicians, specialists, and students, Clinical Guide to Fish Medicine offers a comprehensive review of veterinary medicine of fish.
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