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What is Jonquil poisoning?

What is Jonquil poisoning?

  • Jonquil poisoning: The Jonquil is a pretty flowering bulb plant. The bulb contains phenanthridine alkaloids and calcium oxalate crystals which can cause symptoms if ingested. Generally, toxicity only occurs if large quantities are eaten. Severe skin irritation can occur upon skin contact.

Jonquil poisoning: Introduction

Types of Jonquil poisoning:

Broader types of Jonquil poisoning:

How serious is Jonquil poisoning?

Prognosis of Jonquil poisoning: Symptoms usually resolve within a few hours.
Complications of Jonquil poisoning: see complications of Jonquil poisoning

What causes Jonquil poisoning?

Causes of Jonquil poisoning: see causes of Jonquil poisoning

What are the symptoms of Jonquil poisoning?

Symptoms of Jonquil poisoning: see symptoms of Jonquil poisoning

Complications of Jonquil poisoning: see complications of Jonquil poisoning

Onset of Jonquil poisoning: symptoms occur within 30 minutes of ingestion

Jonquil poisoning: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Jonquil poisoning.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Jonquil poisoning: Toxicologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Jonquil poisoning.
Treatments for Jonquil poisoning: see treatments for Jonquil poisoning

Name and Aliases of Jonquil poisoning

Main name of condition: Jonquil poisoning

Other names or spellings for Jonquil poisoning:

Plant poisoning [Jonquil (Narcissus jonquilla)]

 

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