2016
DOI: 10.1590/0037-8682-0359-2015
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Abstract: Injuries caused by fi sh are common in marine and freshwater environments. Catfi sh of the Ariidae and Pimelodidae families cause about 80% of those injuries. One of the complications of injuries caused by fi sh is the retention of fragments of the stinger in the wounds. Here we report fi ve cases (of a total of 127 injuries caused by catfi sh in the Brazilian coast) in which the retained fragments were detected by radiological examination. Retained fragments should be considered in patients stung by catfi sh.… Show more

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“…Grosso do Sul (20) , (12,22) , à falta de informações e treinamento específico, para tratar esses acidentes, resultam na inaptidão dos profissionais de saúde (23) .…”
Section: Na Bacia Do Alto Paraguai Matounclassified
“…Grosso do Sul (20) , (12,22) , à falta de informações e treinamento específico, para tratar esses acidentes, resultam na inaptidão dos profissionais de saúde (23) .…”
Section: Na Bacia Do Alto Paraguai Matounclassified
“…The stingers of catfishes are slightly arched, tapered at the anterior and posterior portions and have a serrated edge [16].…”
Section: Venomous Fishesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…With the rapid development of image-processing technology, features such as texture, shape, and color from disease images could be indicators for fish disease diagnosis [ 12 ]. The use of camera images, microscopic images, spectral images, ultrasound images, and fluorescence images has been shown to provide feasibility for fish disease diagnosis, and the combination of image-processing technology and computer vision can provide non-destructive, automatic, rapid, real-time diagnosis of fish diseases, and low-cost, simple operation, high sustainability, and no pollution to water bodies [ 13 , 14 , 15 ]. However, the accuracy of disease diagnosis is generally low due to the diversity of fish species, the complexity of survival conditions, and the difficulty of obtaining high-definition images of diseased fish [ 16 ].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%