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Lonomic accidents have become of great interest as they represent a public health problem in rural communities. These accidents are challenging for health personnel given their multiple associated complications, difficult diagnosis and therapeutic variants.Case presentation: This is the case of a 41-year-old male patient who had contact with a caterpillar of the genus Lonomia sp. He presented with symptoms of bleeding and subsequent multiple organ failure that resolved with the use ofdoi:10.15446/cr.v5n2.77093 fatcat:nfmfjqyinnbivjlilovjbvzhhe