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  • Scombroid poisoning. Case series of 10 incidents involving 22 patients 

    Muller G.J.; Lamprecht J.H.; Barnes J.M.; De Villiers R.V.P.; Honeth B.R.; Hoffman B.A. (1992)
    Scombroid poisoning is a form of ichthyosarcotoxism caused by the consumption of 'spoiled' fish of the dark meat varieties. It can be considered a mild-to-moderate form of 'food poisoning' and it occurs world-wide. Ten ...