A patient with renal failure after carbon tetrachloride poisoning is presented. Haemodialysis was required and renal function recovered completely. Convalescence was complicated by the development of an infectious-mononucleosis-like syndrome. The aetiology of this condition is discussed. The present case is the first to be reported after haemodialysis and transfusion of blood stored for at least 2 days.
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