Histopathology of fish. IV. A granuloma of brook trout

Progressive Fish-Culturist
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Abstract

In the summer of 1952, Snieszko and Griffin (1955) diagnosed kidney disease in brook trout from the Fish and Wildlife Service's station at Berlin, New Hampshire. During the examination of these fish, a peculiar lesion was observed in the vicinity of the gastric caeca. In very advanced cases, hard, glistening, white masses of tissue bearing a striking resemblance to mature testes often filled the abdominal cavity. In the initial examinations, the material was actually mistaken for normal testicular tissue. Subsequently, it was recognized as an entirely aberrant, proliferating tumor-like mass.

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Publication type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Title Histopathology of fish. IV. A granuloma of brook trout
Series title Progressive Fish-Culturist
DOI 10.1577/1548-8659(1956)18[108:HOF]2.0.CO;2
Volume 18
Issue 3
Year Published 1956
Language English
Publisher American Fisheries Society
Contributing office(s) Western Fisheries Research Center
Description 5 p.
First page 108
Last page 112
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