|Disease type:||Bacterial diseases|
|Disease name:||Ulcers or Sores (general)|
|Part of body and/or behavior affected by disease:|
|Skins and/or fins||Belly||Swimming behavior|
|Eyes||Viscera Afflicted||Other symptoms|
|Symptoms:||Appearance is usually red rimmed and filled with necrotic tissue.|
|Treatments:||Can be treated with anti-microbial medicines like Neomycine (Dose: 2-4 gm/100 l for 3 days. Do a 30-50% water change afterwards.), Sulfonamides (Dose: 10-20g/100L; 3 days) or Quinolones (Dose: 500 mg/L for 1 hour. 100-200 mg/100L for 1-2 days. Mixed in the food: 250-500 mg/100 gm food, to be fed during 5-7 days).|
|Remarks:||Infection may be caused by different kinds of bacteria or mixed bacterial infection instead of a single type.|
|Mortality and seasonality|
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picture (UlcersD5.jpg) by Bassleer, G.
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