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Old 08-30-2003, 08:40 PM   #11
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Pardon the interruption,


I am fighting much the same cloudy eye in a fancy goldfish. I saw a comment above about the cloudy eye being caused by bacterial septicemia. Incidentally, (or so I thought) the goldfish in question has also shown signs of septicemia, and has been treated for it. I believed that the cloudy eye and the septicemia were separate infections, are they in fact caused by the same bacteria? If so, does anyone have any idea why my treatment of the hemhoragic septicemia is not also clearing up the cloudy eye?


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Eric
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