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Journal February 2009 (Vol 31, No 2)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Parasitology and Necropsy of Fish

1.Parasitic diseases in fish can be diagnosed using
2.Parasitic infections in fish can cause all of the following except
3.Which clinical sign is indicative of parasite feeding relative to a parasitic infection?
4.The most helpful method(s) for external parasite detection in fish is/are
5.The most common parasites detected in fish are
6.________ can be seen with the naked eye and removed manually.
7.The most common route for treatment of parasitic diseases in fish is
8.________ is one of the most valuable tools for diagnosing infectious disease in fish.
9.Which components are necessary for a complete fish necropsy?
10.If bacteremia is suspected, the ________ is the best organ for obtaining direct cultures in fish necropsy.
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