ichthyosarcotoxism


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fish poisoning

 
poisoning due to ingestion of poisonous fish; some have the poison in their muscles, skin, or other organs, while others secrete poisons. It is marked by various gastrointestinal and neurological disturbances that sometimes can be fatal. The most common kinds are ciguatera and tetrodotoxism. Called also ichthyosarcotoxism.

ich·thy·o·sar·co·tox·ism

(ik'thē-ō-sar'kō-tok'sizm),
Poisoning caused by the toxic substance (ichthyosarcotoxin) in the flesh or organs of fish.
[ichthyo- + G. sarx, flesh, + toxikon, poison]

ichthyosarcotoxism

/ich·thyo·sar·co·tox·ism/ (-tok″sizm) poisoning from eating of poisonous fish, marked by gastrointestinal and neurological disturbances.

ichthyosarcotoxism

poisoning due to ingestion of poisonous fish, marked by various gastrointestinal and neurological disturbances.
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