A brief overview of nonneoplastic hepatic toxicity in fish.

@article{Wolf2005ABO,
  title={A brief overview of nonneoplastic hepatic toxicity in fish.},
  author={Jeffrey C. Wolf and Marilyn J Wolfe},
  journal={Toxicologic pathology},
  year={2005},
  volume={33 1},
  pages={75-85}
}
Biochemical assays are not routinely used to assess liver damage in fish, therefore, a histopathological evaluation is usually required to determine the existence or extent of nonneoplastic liver toxicity. Many mammalian pathologists may be uncomfortable when requested to identify and interpret subtle liver changes in these unfamiliar animals. It may be reassuring to note that there are more similarities than differences between fish and mammals in terms of their macro- and microanatomy… CONTINUE READING

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