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Gonionemus poisoning

Gonionemus poisoning: Introduction

Gonionemus poisoning: Gonionemus is a type of hydrozoan jellyfish which can deliver a venomous sting. The sting can cause various combinations of skin, respiratory and joint and pain symptoms. In mild cases, only the skin is affected. Stings most often occur in the Northern hemisphere - especially Japanese and Russian waters. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Gonionemus poisoning is available below.

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Prognosis for Gonionemus poisoning

Prognosis for Gonionemus poisoning: Pain symptoms can last for hours or days depending on the severity of the sting.

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