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Poisoning due to Arisaema triphyllum Ingestion.

Dhiraj Ramdas Jadhav, Ramesh Gugloth,

Plants of arum family are beautiful and attractive but, at the same time, they are poisonous. The toxic effects are due to calcium oxalate crystals. The toxicity ranges from minor oral cavity edema to lethal airway obstruction. How to cite this article: Jadhav DR, Gugloth R. Poisoning due to Arisaema ... Read more >>

Indian J Crit Care Med (Indian journal of critical care medicine : peer-reviewed, official publication of Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine)
[2019, 23(5):242-243]

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The use of Amerindian charm plants in the Guianas.

Tinde van Andel, Sofie Ruysschaert, Karin Boven, Lewis Daly,

Magical charm plants to ensure good luck in hunting, fishing, agriculture, love and warfare are known among many Amerindians groups in the Guianas. Documented by anthropologists as social and political markers and exchangeable commodities, these charms have received little attention by ethnobotanists, as they are surrounded by secrecy and are ... Read more >>

J Ethnobiol Ethnomed (Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine)
[2015, 11:66]

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Medicinal Plants for the Treatment of Local Tissue Damage Induced by Snake Venoms: An Overview from Traditional Use to Pharmacological Evidence.

Juliana Félix-Silva, Arnóbio Antônio Silva-Junior, Silvana Maria Zucolotto, Matheus de Freitas Fernandes-Pedrosa,

Snakebites are a serious problem in public health due to their high morbimortality. Most of snake venoms produce intense local tissue damage, which could lead to temporary or permanent disability in victims. The available specific treatment is the antivenom serum therapy, whose effectiveness is reduced against these effects. Thus, the ... Read more >>

Evid Based Complement Alternat Med (Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine : eCAM)
[2017, 2017:5748256]

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Renal failure in a guinea pig (Cavia porcellus) following ingestion of oxalate containing plants.

Marie K Holowaychuk,

A 1-year-old guinea pig presented with anorexia, lethargy, and weight loss, 1 week after ingesting a peace lily leaf. Laboratory findings were suggestive of renal failure and included elevated blood urea nitrogen and creatinine with concurrent isosthenuria. The guinea pig was euthanized 1 month later due to worsening clinical signs. ... Read more >>

Can. Vet. J. (The Canadian veterinary journal = La revue veterinaire canadienne)
[2006, 47(8):787-789]

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