ichthyosarcotoxism

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ichthyosarcotoxism

[‚ik·thē·ō‚sär·kə′täk‚siz·əm]
(medicine)
Poisoning caused by eating the flesh of fish containing toxic substances.
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Ciguatera Fish Poisoning causes severe gastrointestinal and neurological symptoms in people.
Illegal nets and fish poisoning are the biggest threats to Indus river dolphin today," said Chief Conservator of the Sindh Wildlife Department, Javed Ahmed Mehar.
Ciguatera fish poisoning (CFP), caused by the ingestion of predatory reef-dwelling fish harboring ciguatoxins is one of the most commonly reported fish-associated marine intoxications.
CFP is a common cause of fish poisoning clusters in the US with 509 outbreaks affecting 508 persons reported to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) between 1988 and 1992.
Ciguatera fish poisoning and climate change: analysis of National Poison Center data in the United States, 2001-2011.
Clinical features of ciguatera fish poisoning, a study of the disease in the US Virgin Islands.
Scombroid fish poisoning results from the consumption of spoiling scombroid or other marine fish, that contain hazardous levels of toxigenic biogenic amines, which may form on exposure of fish to abuse temperature [25].
1000 to 1450 in eastern Polynesia was likely prompted by ciguatera fish poisoning.
After being rushed to hospital, doctors deduced that the funeral-goers had symptoms in line with puffer fish poisoning, which can be deadly, a hospital spokesman said.
A trip to Japan (or an expensive sushi bar) can increase the risk of puffer fish poisoning, which kills about 80 people a year in Japan.
Depressingly, we encountered a rhino carcass (without horn) by the river, and a major fish poisoning incident.