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Journal Article

Citation

Oztekin-Mat A. Ann. Pharm. Fr. 1998; 56(5): 233-235.

Vernacular Title

Les intoxications par les champignons en Turquie.

Affiliation

Département de Pharmacognosie, Faculté de Pharmacie, Université d'Istanbul, Turquie.

Copyright

(Copyright © 1998, Elsevier Publishing)

DOI

unavailable

PMID

9805824

Abstract

Mushroom poisoning constitutes the main part of plant intoxications in Turkey. Not only in rural areas, but also in Istanbul, gathering mushrooms is a habit among villagers who have moved to the city and settled in the vicinity of a forest. Phalloides syndrome, Pantherina syndrome and gastro-intestinal syndrome are the most frequently encountered types of mushroom poisonings. Amanita phalloides which is growing widely in Istanbul forests is responsible for many serious cases every year. Haemoperfusion and penicillin are used for the treatment, because Legalon-SIL is not imported in Turkey.


Language: fr

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