D. Nuñez, P. Matute, A. Garcia, P. Garcia, N. Abadía (Servicio Canario de la Salud, Canary Islands, Spain)
Introduction: In May 2012 a family outbreak of ciguatera food poisoning, affecting four people, was detected in Tenerife, Canary Islands. The outbreak was caused by eating amberjack fish (Seriola spp.) bought in a local market. This is the third outbreak of ciguatera food poisoning in the Canary Islands in 2012. We describe the epidemiology of this outbreak.