Acute Myocarditis Due to Mushroom Ingestion

      When serious toxicity due to mushroom ingestion occurs, it typically results from consumption of misidentified mushrooms. We present a patient in whom mushroom poisoning was mainly manifested by acute renal injury and acute myocarditis.
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