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Fatal Ischemic Stroke Following Tityus Serrulatus Scorpion Sting In A Patient With Essential Thrombocythemia
(Taylor & Francis LtdAbingdon, 2016)
Serum levels of cytokines in patients envenomed by Tityus serrulatus scorpion sting
(Pergamon-elsevier Science LtdOxfordInglaterra, 1999)
Escorpionismo en Venezuela
(Acta Biologica Venezuelica, 2013)
A new venomous scorpion responsible for severe envenomation in Argentina: Tityus confluens
(Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, 2009-01)
In Argentina the scorpions of medical importance belong to the genus Tityus (T.), particularly the species T. trivittatus, the only scorpion whose sting is recognized to be associated with severe human envenoming and death. ...
Epilepsy due to a destructive brain lesion caused by a scorpion sting
(Amer Medical AssocChicagoEUA, 2004)
Tropical dermatology: Venomous arthropods and human skin Part II. Diplopoda, Chilopoda, and Arachnida
Members of arthropod classes Chilopoda (centipedes), Diplopoda (millipedes), and Arachnida (spiders and scorpions) cause tissue injury via bites, stings, and/or a release of toxins. A few members of the Acari subclass of ...
Scorpion sheds 'tail' to escape: consequences and implications of autotomy in scorpions (Buthidae: Ananteris)
(Public Library Of Science, 2015-01)
Autotomy, the voluntary shedding or detachment of a body part at a determined cleavage plane, is a common anti-predation defense mechanism in several animal taxa, including arthropods. Among arachnids, autotomy has been ...