Materials and Methods : Our work is an analytical cross-sectional study of scorpion stings based on medical files of stung patients referred during 2007- 2008.
Results : During 2007-2008, 820 cases were registered. 59.9% of the cases were from rural areas. The stings had the most frequency in spring months, particularly in June, when yearly temperature was favorable.
Conclusion : Based on the results of this study, scorpion sting envenomation is of clinical importance in this area.
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