How Long Does Fin Rot Last?

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Fin rot takes about 2 weeks to fully recover though factors such as severity and the number of fish affected determine the exact recovery time. Fin rot is characterised by fish fin that have small holes and which grow thinner or more transparent. Fin rot is a bacterial infection caused by lavobacterium columnare, Aeromonas or Pseudomonas.
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( ′fin ′rät ) (veterinary medicine) A bacterial disease of hatchery fishes characterized by necrosis and erosion of the fin tissue.
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