Atlas of select poisonous plants and mushrooms.

  title={Atlas of select poisonous plants and mushrooms.},
  author={Christopher S. Lim and Neeraj Chhabra and Scott M. Leikin and Connie B Fischbein and Gregory M. Mueller and Michael E. Nelson},
  journal={Disease-a-month : DM},
  volume={62 3},
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Aconite poisoning
  • T. Y. Chan
  • Medicine, Biology
    Clinical toxicology
  • 2009
In refractory cases of ventricular arrhythmias and cardiogenic shock, it is most important to maintain systemic blood flow, blood pressure, and tissue oxygenation by the early use of cardiopulmonary bypass.
Clinical review of grayanotoxin/mad honey poisoning past and present
A pooled analysis of the dysrhythmias occurring in 69 patients from 11 different studies and reports is presented and the pathophysiology, signs, symptoms, clinical course, and treatment of grayanotoxin/mad honey poisoning are discussed.
Epidemic of self‐poisoning with seeds of the yellow oleander tree (Thevetia peruviana) in northern Sri Lanka
There is an urgent need for an intervention which could be used in rural hospitals, thus preventing the hazardous and expensive emergency transfer of patients to the capital.
Toxicodendron Dermatitis: Poison Ivy, Oak, and Sumac
  • A. Gladman
  • Medicine
    Wilderness & environmental medicine
  • 2006
This review considers the epidemiology, identification, immunochemistry, pathophysiology, clinical features, treatment, and prevention of this common dermatologic problem.
Mandrake toxicity. A case of mistaken identity.
A 31-year-old man ingested an unknown amount of mandrake plant purchased at a local health food store and came to the emergency department with severe nausea and vomiting. He was hospitalized
Calcium oxalate in plants: formation and function.
Using a variety of approaches, researchers have begun to unravel the exquisite control mechanisms exerted by cells specialized for CaOx formation that include the machinery for uptake and accumulation of Ca, oxalic acid biosynthetic pathways, and regulation of crystal growth.
Holiday Plants with Toxic Misconceptions
This review explores the toxic reputation and proposed management for exposures to several plants, namely poinsettia, English holly, American h Holly, bittersweet, Jerusalem cherry, American mistletoe, and European Mistletoe.
Ingestion of Lantana camara Is Not Associated With Significant Effects in Children
Patients who ingested unripe berries did not exhibit more-frequent or more-severe symptoms than did patients who ingested ripe berries or other plant parts, and most patients displayed no or minimal symptoms.