Fatal nitrosamine poisoning


A case is reported in which progressive liver symptoms with rise in bilirubin concentration, hemorrhagic diathesis, and signs of portal hypertension developed three years before death in liver coma. The pathologic and neuropathologic findings are described. The case was clarified after dimethylnitrosamine was demonstrated in food intended for the patient… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00373392


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