Liver transplantation for severe Amanita phalloides mushroom poisoning.

Abstract

Amanita phalloides mushroom poisoning is an increasingly common and potentially lethal problem for which liver transplantation offers definitive therapy in selected patients. When significant liver dysfunction appears, early transfer to a liver transplant center is important to identify appropriate candidates and to begin the search for a donor organ. The… (More)

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@article{Pinson1990LiverTF, title={Liver transplantation for severe Amanita phalloides mushroom poisoning.}, author={C. Wright Pinson and Mohamud R Daya and Kent G. Benner and Robert L. Norton and Karen E. Deveney and Nancy L. Ascher and John P. Roberts and John Lake and Arlet G Kurkchubasche and John W Ragsdale}, journal={American journal of surgery}, year={1990}, volume={159 5}, pages={493-9} }