Hair dye ingestion--an uncommon cause of acute kidney injury.

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INTRODUCTION Dye containing paraphenylene diamine is not an uncommon cause of renal failure in South India. However, there are very few published reports on renal lesions associated with hair dye ingestion. MATERIAL AND METHODS We studied 30 consecutive cases (24 males and 6 females) of hair dye induced renal failure seen at our department. All the… (More)

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