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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Some people have GI symptoms with that, so GI complaints in addition to the upper respiratory stuff, Dr.
The GI symptoms that developed included abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea, as well as a burning sensation in the throat.
If a patient presents with these non-specific GI symptoms along with raised INR and low haemoglobin in postoperative follow up, significant pericardial effusion should be excluded.
Patients with IBS have greater occurrences of somatic symptoms (that is, having extreme anxiety about the physical symptoms of IBS, but not actually experiencing them) than patients who don't have IBS, but who have GI symptoms.
In a study of 398 children with FAP and nausea and 479 with FAP alone, those with comorbid nausea had significantly more GI symptoms and depression symptoms.
The GI symptoms resolved quickly without intervention after a brief halt of therapy, but some patients never returned to participation.
Sometimes the GI symptoms show up years before the muscle weakness and other neurological problems.
Although it is beyond the scope of this review, it is also important to consider the mechanisms by which psychotherapies improve GI symptoms and to determine the 'active ingredients' responsible for this effect.
It was further observed that all GI symptoms were more prevalent in patients aging 1-8 and 19-50 years.
Clinical Notes TP/TN <7 CAB, no treatment 1 GI symptoms resolved without treatment TN 2 GI symptoms resolved without treatment TN 3 GI symptoms resolved without treatment TN 4 GI symptoms resolved without treatment TN 5 GI symptoms resolved without treatment TN 6 GI symptoms resolved without treatment TN 7 (a) GI symptoms resolved without treatment TN 8 GI symptoms resolved without treatment TN 9 GI symptoms resolved without treatment TN 10 GI symptoms resolved without treatment TN 11 GI symptoms resolved without treatment TN 12 GI symptoms resolved without treatment TN 13 GI symptoms resolved without treatment TN 14 Clostridium difficile colitis .