anticholinergic toxidrome

an·ti·cho·li·ner·gic tox·i·drome

(an'tē-kō'li-nĕr'jik tok'si-drōm)
The constellation of clinical effects (i.e., signs and symptoms) characteristic of poisoning caused by an anticholinergic agent; conveniently remembered as "blind as a bat, dry as a bone, hot as a hare, red as a beet, and mad as a hatter."
See also: Mad Hatter syndrome (2) , toxidrome
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While the authors correctly draw distinctions between the clinical appearance of anticholinergic toxidrome and the sympathomimetic toxidrome commonly associated with cathinone ingestion we believe there are some additions that we can make; it is mentioned that a D.
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