FISH DISEASE: GALLBLADDER DISORDER

 

Gallbladder Disorders

Symptoms

 

Cause

 

Treatment and Links

A).   Protozoans are rapidly swimming around in the bile Fish Behavioral Disorders Flow Chart Flagellates of various genera can be involved Fish Behavioral Disorders Flow Chart If the fish have Hexamita, treat with:  Metronidazole.
If not, look down the chart further
B).   Large numbers of bacteria occur in the bile and on the wall of the gallbladder Fish Behavioral Disorders Flow Chart Severe bacterial infection can occur in Abdominal Dropsy and in other diseases as well Fish Behavioral Disorders Flow Chart Make up a medicated frozen food with Doxycycline -or- Kanamycin.  Thaw food and add 1/2 tsp. medication to every 4 oz. of feed.  Return food to freezer.  After frozen, feed for 10 days.
If not, look down the chart further * If mixing up for Koi feed, Use 2 teaspoons medication per pound of Koi pellets.  Add the medication to a spray bottle with approx. 2oz. of water.  Spray feed with entire contents of bottle and let air dry.  Feed for 10 - 20 days.
C).   Large immobile objects and small crystalline structures are found in the gallbladder Fish Behavioral Disorders Flow Chart These are precursors to gallstones Fish Behavioral Disorders Flow Chart Examine the other organs.  The crystals are not the cause of the illness.
 
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