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Background : Organophosphate poisoning is well known for its characteristic symptoms and signs, but food poisoning caused by pesticide-contaminated food is seldom reported. Case Report : We report three incidents of food poisoning that resulted from exposure to the organophosphate insecticide...
The syndrome of lithium toxicity has been well described. Hemodialysis is the recommended treatment for severe toxicity. We report a case in which continuous venovenous hemodialysis was used in the treatment of lithium toxicity. The calculated average lithium clearance was 23 mL per minute,...
The chronic, complex, and episodic course of bipolar mood disorder presents a particularly formidable challenge to the clinician making a treatment plan for the onset or recurrence of the illness during pregnancy and lactation. Women treated with anti-manic drugs who become pregnant are commonly...
Background : Although some Japanese Galerina species poisonings manifest as gastrointestinal symptoms followed by late-onset hepatorenal failure (phalloides syndrome), the toxin responsible for this has not been determined. Case Report : We report a 6-year-old boy who developed characteristic...
Objective : To report the first European observations of erythromelalgia due to mushroom poisoning. Methods : Clinical features of erythromelalgia were observed in 7 cases seen over 3 years. All patients had eaten the same mushrooms species, gathered in the same French alpine valley....
Case Report: A 44-year-old man ingested about 40 flowers of Colchicum autumnale L . The patient presented with nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain 2 hours after ingestion and had diarrhea 14 hours after ingestion. Hematological values remained within normal range. Treatment was mainly...
Background: Betel nut chewing has long been a social habit in Taiwan and other Asian and tropical countries. It produces various autonomic and psychoneurologic effects including tachycardia, flushing, warmth, cholinergic activation, alertness, and euphoria. Although the oral carcinogenic effects...
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