Flavobacteriosis in trout (Internal Lesions) - Pathology

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Flavobacteriosis in trout (Internal Lesions)

disease caused by different bacteria from the genus Flavobacterium. In addition to external lesions, characterized mainly by external ulcerations and ocular haemorrhages, these bacteria internally produce marked congestion of the internal organs, with a highly developed spleen (splenomegaly), as can be seen in the image.

29/04/2021 Author: Veterinaria Digital

Flavobacteriosis in trout (Internal Lesions)

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