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Horseshoe Crab poisoning

Horseshoe Crab poisoning: Introduction

Horseshoe Crab poisoning: The Asiatic horseshoe crab is eaten mainly in parts of Asia. Various parts of the crab become toxic during the reproductive season - flesh, unlaid green eggs and viscera. Poisoning most often occurs in Thailand. Eating the crabs should be avoided during reproductive season as poisoning can readily result in death. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Horseshoe Crab poisoning is available below.

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Prognosis for Horseshoe Crab poisoning

Prognosis for Horseshoe Crab poisoning: This form of poisoning is considered to carry a high risk of death.

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  1. Horseshoe Crab poisoning: Introduction
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  6. Complications
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