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Yellow sac spider poisoning

Yellow sac spider poisoning: Introduction

Yellow sac spider poisoning: The yellow sac spider is a small spider found in Hawaii, eastern US, Utah and New England. The spider tends to hold on very tightly when it bites and often has to be physically removed. The venom contains a toxin which kills cells. Skin and sometimes systemic symptoms result - symptoms experience can vary amongst patients. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Yellow sac spider poisoning is available below.

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Prognosis for Yellow sac spider poisoning

Prognosis for Yellow sac spider poisoning: The skin lesion can take a few weeks to heal.

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