Paul Feron

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The first European case of tetrodotoxin intoxication is reported in a patient who ingested a trumpet shellfish from the Atlantic Ocean in Southern Europe. He suffered general acute paralysis with respiratory failure necessitating ventilation. Early neurophysiologic studies showed complete peripheral nerve inexcitability, with no recordable sensory or motor(More)
Cocaine use is now relatively common in the occidental societies and is responsible for a long list of medical complications involving almost every organ system in the body. The digestive complications are less known. We report a case of a young man who presented to the emergency department with violent abdominal pain and several episodes of vomiting after(More)
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