Prolonged psychosis after Amanita muscaria ingestion

  title={Prolonged psychosis after Amanita muscaria ingestion},
  author={Miran Brvar and Martin Mozina and Matjaz Bunc},
  journal={Wiener klinische Wochenschrift},
ZusammenfassungAmanita muscaria ist ein Pilz mit einer leuchtend roten oder orangen Kappe mit kleinen weißen Flecken. Er enthält Isoxazol-Derivate, Ibotensäure, Muskimol und Muscazon und andere Toxine, wie etwa Muskarin. Die Dauer der klinischen Symptome nach dem Verzehr von Amanita muscaria ist üblicherweise nicht länger als 24 Stunden. Wir berichten über eine über fünf Tage anhaltende paranoide Psychose nach der Einnahme von Amanita muscaria. Ein 48-jähriger Mann mit völlig blander… 
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