Author(s): Costa Bou X, Soler i Ros JM, Seculi Palacios JL
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Abstract We present a 7 boys Robinia pseudoacacia (black locust) intoxication. Three of them showed neurological symptoms, including coma. All of them showed gastrointestinal symptomatology. Evolution was satisfactory in all of them. A bibliographic revision is done.
This article was published in An Esp Pediatr
and referenced in Journal of Clinical Toxicology
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