ichthyoacanthotoxism

ich·thy·o·a·can·tho·tox·ism

(ik'thē-ō-ă-kan'thō-tok'sizm),
Poisoning from the stings or spines of venomous fishes.
[ichthyo- + G. akantha, thorn, + toxikon, poison]

ichthyoacanthotoxism

(ĭk″thē-ō-ă-kăn″thō-tŏk′sĭzm) [″ + akantha, thorn, + toxikon, poison, + -ismos, condition]
A toxin or venom present in the sting, spines, or “teeth” of certain venomous fish.