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Delayed postanoxic encephalopathy is reported infrequently and is characterised by a lucid interval of seemingly good recovery from an anoxic insult. Days or even weeks may pass before changes in behaviour, motor responses or consciousness occur. Neurological deterioration may progress to coma, death or severe disability, whereas some patients have a second… (More)
A 48-year-old woman with fire-related inhalation injury had pink urine and a pink skin. This was caused by hydroxocobalamin, which was used to treat cyanide poisoning.