Help Silver dollar white patch, fungal?

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Hi everyone 2 days ago I lost a SD with a infection which I believe to be cottonmouth, now I have a silver dollar with this subtle the patch on the back, not fuzzy, just white with a different shine, and another silver dollar with one of the eyes I little cloudy.

I never treated this tank with any medicine other than salt, so I want to ask here before drop anything in there.

What is it?
What can I treat this with?


Parameters seem ok, I haven't add new fish since FEB/07, I thought about using salt and treat the whole tank, but this time I'm raising baby crayfishes on the sump.


Thank you all in advance!
 

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Looks like the problem might be Columnaris. The white patch is likely dead tissue. Be a good idea to remove the infected fish asap and either treat the disease with antibiotics or euthanize.
 
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Do you think so? I also have a photo of the one that died. Is that really Columnaris?
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It looks like Columnaris to me.
 

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