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Venerupin shellfish poisoning

Venerupin shellfish poisoning: Introduction

Venerupin shellfish poisoning: The venerupin shellfish can be eaten by humans. The shellfish can become toxic if they consume toxic algae. The shellfish is most commonly found and eaten in Japan but has been introduced into parts of the US. Interestingly, all cases of poisoning have occurred in very localized areas of Japan where they are harvested from lakes. This type of poisoning tends to have a high death rate - up to a third of patients die. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Venerupin shellfish poisoning is available below.

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Venerupin shellfish poisoning: Complications

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Causes of Venerupin shellfish poisoning

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Prognosis for Venerupin shellfish poisoning

Prognosis for Venerupin shellfish poisoning: Venerupin shellfish poisoning carries a relatively high risk of death. Prompt medical attention may improve the prognosis.

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