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Jun Yeol Lee 2 Articles
Three Cases with Manic Symptoms and Cognitive Dysfunction after Wild Plant Ingestion
Doo Hyun Lee, Gi Joong Kim, Ga Eul Kim, Dae Jin Chung, Jun Yeol Lee, Joon Ho Bae, Yoon Seong Kim, Chan Woo Park, Hui Young Lee, Jun Hwi Cho
J Korean Soc Clin Toxicol. 2013;11(2):130-132.   Published online December 31, 2013
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Distinguishing wild plants in spring from ingestible plants is difficult. Differentiation of budding plants from other plants is particularly difficult. Many people want to find edible plants for health during the spring season. Scopolia japonica can cause symptoms of mania. The author experienced three cases of poisoning by Scopolia japonica. We reported on the cases with literature reviews.
Four Cases of Phytolacca Esculenta Van Houtte Intoxication due to Misidentification as a Ginseng
Jun Ho Bae, Ga Eul Kim, Gi Joong Kim, Doo Hyun Lee, Jun Yeol Lee, Dae Jin Jeong, Yoon Seong Kim, Chan Woo Park, Hui Young Lee, Jun Hwi Cho
J Korean Soc Clin Toxicol. 2013;11(2):133-135.   Published online December 31, 2013
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Poisoning by Phytolacca esculenta commonly occurs by misidentification as other edible plants. The root of Phytolacca esculenta is similar to other roots, such as kudzu, balloon flower, codonopsis lanceolata, and ginseng. The author experienced four cases of Phytolacca esculenta intoxication due to misidentification as a ginseng. We report on these cases with a review of the literature.

JKSCT : Journal of The Korean Society of Clinical Toxicology