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ichthyosarcotoxism

Pronunciation: ik'the-o-sar'ko-tok'sizm

Definition: Poisoning caused by the toxic substance (ichthyosarcotoxin) in the flesh or organs of fish.

[ichthyo- + G. sarx, flesh, + toxikon, poison]

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