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1 July 1997 Lymphosarcoma in a Brook Trout
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A 2-yr-old female brook trout, Salvelinus fontinalis, maintained at a state fish hatchery in New York (USA) was culled from the breeding stock. At necropsy, it had a markedly enlarged kidney. On histopathological examination, lymphoblastic lymphoma was diagnosed in several organs including kidney, dorsal musculature, intestines, liver, gill, pseudobranch and ovary. Origin of the tumor was uncertain, although renal involvement could have been the primary site of development.

Earnest-Koons, Schachte, and Bowser: Lymphosarcoma in a Brook Trout
K. A. Earnest-Koons, J. H. Schachte Jr., and P. R. Bowser "Lymphosarcoma in a Brook Trout," Journal of Wildlife Diseases 33(3), 666-669, (1 July 1997). https://doi.org/10.7589/0090-3558-33.3.666
Received: 17 August 1995; Published: 1 July 1997
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