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Delicate Illness[1]

Poison Removal

Name

Kanji

細患抽出の術

Rōmaji

Saikan Chūshutsu no Jutsu

Literal English

Delicate Illness Extraction Technique

English TV

Poison Extraction Jutsu

Debut

Appears in

Anime and Manga

Data

Classification

Ninjutsu, Medical Ninjutsu

Rank

B-rank

Class

Supplementary

Range

Short-range

Other jutsu

Users

  • Kurohime Kōgōyasha
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  • Hana
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  • Cross Bearer
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  • Natsuye
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  • Mizuho
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When a person has been afflicted by a pathogen or toxin, this medical ninjutsu can be used to draw out the agent and heal the damage. The cause of the illness is first determined by perceiving disturbances in the patient's chakra. Then, using a chakra scalpel, an incision is made near the affected part. Using their chakra, the medical-nin pushes a large volume of a medicinal fluid through the incision. The fluid then draws the poison out of the affected part(s) and serves as a medium through which the poison is suspended and then forced out of the person's body. This technique thus removes the poison, while simultaneously repairing the damage caused by the poison.

After the agent is drawn out, it can be used to create an antidote or medicine after it has been analysed. This can then be given to the patient to ensure a complete recovery. This technique requires the utmost care and ability in diagnosis, incising and unmatched chakra control. Therefore, it is considered an extremely difficult technique, even among medical ninjutsu.

References

  1. Third Databook, page 256
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