envenomization


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envenomization

(ɪnˌvɛnəmaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

envenomisation

n
the introduction of poison into a body
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Hymenoptera envenomization poses an environmental threat during military contingency operations and venom hypersensitivity can pose a serious health hazard.
Envenomization varies from nothing to a lot for a variety of reasons.
The cutaneous cellular infiltrate to stingray envenomization contains increased TIA+ cells.
geographus, that capture fish with a gaping rostrum alone, sometimes without prior envenomization (Johnson and Stablum, 1971; Cruz et al., 1978).
The zoo has comprehensive emergency procedures for severe weather, animal escape, envenomization, fire, medical crises, bomb threats, hazardous spills, and various other situations.
If envenomization has occurred, keep the victim calm and stationary.
Because the focus of the LHD is on injury by envenomization, most of the animals depicted are snakes.