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Greater Weever Fish: A Case of Poisoning with Sea Creatures Far Away from the Sea

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Author(s): Sezin BOZKURT | Sertaç GÜLER | Gökhan AKSEL | İsa KILIÇASLAN

Journal: Turkish Journal of Emergency Medicine
ISSN 1304-7361

Volume: 12;
Issue: 4;
Start page: 182;
Date: 2012;
Original page

Keywords: Emergency | greater weever | Trachinus Draco | venomous fish.

ABSTRACT
Trachinus Draco, known as greater weever fish, probably seen more frequently than has been reported. However, only a few clinical cases have been reported in the literature that describes Trachinus species envenomation. Here, we presented a case poisoned by a weever fish and tried to describe the signs/symptoms and treatment modalities of the weever fish envenomation and also tried to emphasize poisonings that could be far from the sea with dead sea creatures.
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