mushroom poisoning

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Noun1.mushroom poisoning - toxic condition caused by eating certain species of mushrooms (especially Amanita species)
food poisoning, gastrointestinal disorder - illness caused by poisonous or contaminated food
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The study's primary endpoint assessed the number of days patients reported GI symptoms with a symptom intensity score 2 on the IGISIS rating scale spanning 0 (not at all) through 10 (extreme).
The study's primary endpoint assessed the number of days patients reported GI symptoms with a symptom intensity score greater than or equal to2 on the IGISIS rating scale spanning 0 through 10.
Subjects will record daily GI symptoms. The primary endpoints include the rate and severity of gastrointestinal adverse events.
Studies have indicated that individuals with ASD commonly suffer from GI symptoms, such as constipation, diarrhoea, and abdominal pain.
Among 73 patients 91.8% patients were having GI symptoms. The baseline characteristics of the study group is shown in table-I.
Another is gluten, a protein in wheat, rye, and barley that causes celiac disease (which can trigger nutritional deficiencies and severe GI symptoms) as well as less severe nonceliac gluten sensitivity (see "Common Culprits" chart).
Clinically, GI GVHD presents with nonspecific GI symptoms including nausea, vomiting, oropharyngeal mucositis, dysphagia, diarrhea, and GI bleeding.
Recent research from our lab, in conjunction with the Autism Speaks --Autism Treatment Network & Autism Intervention Research Network on Physical Health and Vanderbilt University looked at the relationship between the food that people with ASD eat, the vitamins and minerals contained in these foods, and how they may relate to their GI symptoms.
The aim of this study was to show the association of alarming GI symptoms with abnormal endoscopic findings and to cut off the burden and cost of unnecessary endoscopies.
Before starting a patient on clozapine, and at all subsequent visits, ask him or her about bowel habits and GI symptoms. Because the onset of GI hypomotility can be subtle, ask patients to pay close attention to their bowel habits and keep a diary to document GI symptoms and bowel movements.
Her recent exploration of this topic included 17 patients with scleroderma and GI symptoms and 17 matched healthy controls (BMJ Open Gastro.
Persons who had fever and GI symptoms in the previous 3 years were more likely to be seropositive.