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Systemic Pathology of Fish
A Text and Atlas of Normal Tissue Responses in Teleosts, and Their Responses in Disease
by H. W. Ferguson

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Pages: 263
Publisher: --
Edition: 1st., 1989
Language: English
ISBN:
978-0813801476

Description

This is a histopathological description and atlas of normal and diseased tissues in common species of fish that are found in a range of environments, both freshwater and marine, and from farmed, aquarium and wild situations. It is a veterinary text of pathology in fish. This set of notes was originally intended as an aid to graduate students coming from a comparative pathology background, and who therefore already had a fairly good grasp of the basic principles and jargon appropriate to the subject. They were meant to illustrate some of the ways in which teleost fish respond in a range of disease situations, and to compare and contrast these responses to mammals. They were never intended to be an exhaustive list of aetiologies, but were aimed primarily at the diagnostic pathologist faced with a section of fish tissues, possibly for the first time.

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Systemic Pathology of Fish
A Text and Atlas of Normal Tissue Responses in Teleosts, and Their Responses in Disease
by H. W. Ferguson


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Pages: 360
Publisher: --
Edition: 2nd. Revised, 2006
Language: English
ISBN: 978-0955303708

Description

This is a histopathological description and atlas of normal and diseased tissues in common species of fish that are found in a range of environments, both freshwater and marine, and from farmed, aquarium and wild situations. It is a veterinary text of pathology in fish. This set of notes was originally intended as an aid to graduate students coming from a comparative pathology background, and who therefore already had a fairly good grasp of the basic principles and jargon appropriate to the subject. They were meant to illustrate some of the ways in which teleost fish respond in a range of disease situations, and to compare and contrast these responses to mammals. They were never intended to be an exhaustive list of aetiologies, but were aimed primarily at the diagnostic pathologist faced with a section of fish tissues, possibly for the first time. The first edition seemed to appeal to a far wider audience than was originally intended, and it sold out rapidly, as did the second printing. The publishers were understandably keen to see a second edition, but after only five years I did not feel that our understanding of disease processes had progressed significantly to justify the effort. However, it is now seventeen years after the first printing, and the book is long overdue for a rewrite, even though I still question whether my own level of understanding has advanced markedly!
One of the major attractions for prospective students contemplating entering the field of fish pathology is the chance to work with a brand new disease entity. In few other areas would this be possible. When constantly faced with new diseases and new pathogens, in a wonderful but sometimes bewildering variety of different species of fish, there is no substitute for morphological pathology as the initial approach. As last time, therefore, I have attempted to set out each chapter in a similar fashion. An overview of normal is followed by the general response of each tissue to disease, and then a few specific diseases. Inevitably the diseases chosen to illustrate these processes are in large part a reflection of the interests of the writer(s) as well as of the commercially important fish species. Mostly they are taken from routine diagnostic material. I have tried hard to integrate the text into a readable whole, cross-referencing chapters to each other, and leaving as few gaps as possible. Once again, the text assumes a reasonable working knowledge of pathology and the jargon appropriate to the subject.


 
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