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Toxic crystalluria – prevalence study in children poisoning
Crystalluria is a rare entity in children poisoning, but can produce obstructive renal failure with potentially severe outcome. The authors present the classification and etiopathogenesis of toxic crystalluria the management of ethylene glycol poisoning, the approach in a case of severe vitamin D poisoning and the prevalence of ethylene glycol poisoning in two pediatric poison centers.
Key words: toxic crystalluria, ethylen glycol, vitamin D, nephrotoxicity