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Clinico-toxicological characteristics of grayanotoxin poisoning according to toxin source: a single center experience

Lee DH, Jin YH, Yoon JC, Lee JB, Jeong TO, Kim SE, Oh TW

  • KMID: 2517706
  • J Korean Soc Emerg Med.
  • 2021 Jun;32(3):257-262.
Objective: This study evaluates the general clinico-toxicological characteristics, and determines whether they are varied with toxin source, in patients admitted to the hospital and diagnosed with grayanotoxin (GTX)/mad honey poisoning....
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Type 2 myocardial infarction after ingestion of mad honey in a patient with normal coronary arteries

Karabag T, Sayin R, Yavuz N, Aktop Z

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Clinical Analysis of Patients with Cardiotoxicity Caused by Himalayan Mad Honey

Kim SH, Seo DW, Ryoo SM, Kim WY, Oh BJ, Lim KS, Sohn CH

  • KMID: 2203676
  • J Korean Soc Clin Toxicol.
  • 2013 Dec;11(2):119-126.
PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to evaluate the clinical characteristics and outcome of patients who presented to the emergency department (ED) with cardiotoxicity caused by ingestion of Himalayan...
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Grayanotoxin Poisoning from Honey: A Case Report

Choi GH, You KC, Wang SJ, Park TJ

  • KMID: 1437679
  • J Korean Soc Clin Toxicol.
  • 2012 Jun;10(1):37-40.
Honey is produced by bees from nectar collected from nearby flowers. Sometimes, honey produced from the Rhododendron species is contaminated by Grayanotoxin (GTX) in Nepal and other countries. There have...
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A case of Systemic Toxicity that Occurred in an Adult Who Intentionally Ingested Rhododendron Sclippenbashii

Jeong SM, Lee SH, Lim JS, Yoon SY, Ryu S, Lee JW, Kim SW, Yoo IS, You YH

  • KMID: 1848460
  • J Korean Soc Clin Toxicol.
  • 2009 Dec;7(2):180-182.
It is well known that Rhododendron sclippenbashii contains the toxic material grayanotoxin. So, Koreans do not eat it, but they do eat azalea although it contains grayanotoxin. That is why...
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A Case of Grayanotoxin Intoxication Presenting with Mental Changes and Vomiting

Kim C, Kim DS, Lee HW, Ahn YM, Uhm JH

  • KMID: 2275359
  • Korean J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr.
  • 2008 Sep;11(2):223-225.
Rhododendron species is one of the largest and most diverse genera in the plant kingdom, comprising over 800 species and existing all over the globe. Grayanotoxin intoxication is caused by...
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Three Cases of Mad-honey Poisoning Presenting with Cardiovascular Emergencies

Sohn CH, Kim W, Ahn S, Oh BJ, Kim WY, Lim KS

  • KMID: 2100765
  • J Korean Soc Emerg Med.
  • 2005 Apr;16(2):322-325.
Mad-honey poisoning results from the ingestion of grayanotoxin-contaminated honey, which is extracted by bees from the leaves and the flowers Rhododendron species. The grayanotoxins bind to sodium channels in cell...
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A Case of Severe Bradyarrhythmia after Ingestion of Rhododendron Brachycarpum

Choi YS, Jang IS, Kim BH, Kwon NY, Kim JD, Lee MY, Rhee MY, Kim YK, Kim GT, Song HS

Rhododendron brachycarpum has been known as a panacea in Korean folk medicine, and is used to treat various diseases including hypertension. Excessive ingestion can cause intoxication by grayanotoxin. We experienced...
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