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What is Toxic mushrooms -- Cholinergic?

What is Toxic mushrooms -- Cholinergic?

  • Toxic mushrooms -- Cholinergic: Some mushrooms contain a toxic chemical called muscarine which causes cholinergic symptoms. Mushroom species from this group include certain species of Clitocype, Inocybe and Mycena. Symptoms usually occur within a few hours and tend to disappear within 24 hours. Fatalities have been reported but not in recent times.

Toxic mushrooms -- Cholinergic: Introduction

Types of Toxic mushrooms -- Cholinergic:

Broader types of Toxic mushrooms -- Cholinergic:

How serious is Toxic mushrooms -- Cholinergic?

Prognosis of Toxic mushrooms -- Cholinergic: Severity of symptoms vary depending on the amount of plant material consumed and the body size of the person. Children tend to suffer more severe symptoms due to their smaller body size.

What causes Toxic mushrooms -- Cholinergic?

Causes of Toxic mushrooms -- Cholinergic: see causes of Toxic mushrooms -- Cholinergic

What are the symptoms of Toxic mushrooms -- Cholinergic?

Symptoms of Toxic mushrooms -- Cholinergic: see symptoms of Toxic mushrooms -- Cholinergic

Onset of Toxic mushrooms -- Cholinergic: 30 mins to several hours

Toxic mushrooms -- Cholinergic: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Toxic mushrooms -- Cholinergic.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Toxic mushrooms -- Cholinergic: Toxicologist, Emergency Medicine Specialist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Toxic mushrooms -- Cholinergic.
Treatments for Toxic mushrooms -- Cholinergic: see treatments for Toxic mushrooms -- Cholinergic

Name and Aliases of Toxic mushrooms -- Cholinergic

Main name of condition: Toxic mushrooms -- Cholinergic

Other names or spellings for Toxic mushrooms -- Cholinergic:

Mushroom poisoning [Cholinergic], Cholinergic mushroom toxicity


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