Acute pancreatitis following organophosphate intoxication.

  title={Acute pancreatitis following organophosphate intoxication.},
  author={C T Hsiao and C. C. Yang and J F Deng and Michael J. Bullard and S J Liaw},
  journal={Journal of toxicology. Clinical toxicology},
  volume={34 3},
BACKGROUND Acute pancreatitis as a complication of organophosphate intoxication has been infrequently addressed. Previous reports have suggested that acute pancreatitis may follow the oral ingestion of several organophosphates, including parathion, malathion, difonate, coumaphos, and diazinon, or after cutaneous exposure to dimethoate. No cases of acute pancreatitis following mevinphos (CAS 7786-34-71) poisoning have been reported to date. The possible pathogeneses of the pancreatic insult in… CONTINUE READING
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