W J De Groote

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An acute zinc chloride poisoning due to ingestion is a rare event. Symptoms include: corrosive pharyngeal lesions, vomiting and lethargy. Laboratory findings may include hyperglycaemia, hyperamylasaemia, exocrine pancreatic insufficiency and renal insufficiency. This case report describes an accidental zinc chloride poisoning in a child, with lethargy as(More)
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