scombroid poisoning Also known as skipjack reaction, caused by eating fish, including many of the scombidae (tuna, bonito, mackerel) but also non‐scombroid fish and other foods, that have undergone bacterial spoilage leading to the formation of histamine. Symptoms include skin rash, nausea, and tingling.
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