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Sea Hare poisoning

Sea Hare poisoning: Introduction

Sea Hare poisoning: Certain species of sea hares can result in poisoning if eaten. Sea hares are marine mollusks. Two species with a potential for poisoning are found in Oceans near Fiji and Japan. Eating the eggs of these sea hares can also cause liver damage. Poisoning by sea hares is considered quite rare. The substance underlying the condition is organic bromine compounds. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Sea Hare poisoning is available below.

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Sea Hare poisoning: Complications

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Prognosis for Sea Hare poisoning

Prognosis for Sea Hare poisoning: Reported cases tend to recover with a week but some symptoms such as muscle twitching may persist a little longer. The severity of symptoms will vary depending on the amount of liver eaten. Symptoms are more severe in children due to their smaller body size.

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  1. Sea Hare poisoning: Introduction
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