toxic myocarditis

tox·ic my·o·car·di·tis

inflammation of heart muscle caused by any noxious chemical, for example, alcohol, heavy metals.
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It showed an intramyocardial subepicardial signal anomaly in the anterior, inferoseptal, and anterolateral walls in T2 and in late gadolinium enhancement in T1-weighted images (after 10 min of gadolinium injection) suggesting acute toxic myocarditis (Figures 5(a) and 6).
It is a mitochondrial toxin that causes depression of cardiac contractility, secondary to toxic myocarditis, and hemodynamic disorders.
However single reports of toxic myocarditis lack detailed histologic characterization and clear association with the offending agent to explain the exact pathogenesis [1].
Toxic myocarditis seems unlikely to be the cause of the ECG changes because cardiac enzymes were not elevated and there were no findings suggestive of myocarditis on ECG or echocardiography.
Brugada pattern in toxic myocarditis due to sever aluminum phosphidepoisoning.
Severe leptospirosis has been defined at severe intoxication, marked jaundice with severe hepatic dysfunction, skin hemorrhages and visceral bleeding, toxic myocarditis, severe ARF requiring dialysis, common respiratory and CNS-involvement.
Brugada pattern in toxic myocarditis due to severe aluminum phosphide poisoning.
Acute poisoning, such as occurs after inhalation of phosphine, can lead to pulmonary edema, central nervous system depression, toxic myocarditis, and circulatory collapse (3).