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Clinical toxicology of ‘magic mushroom’ ingestion
  1. N. R. Peden,
  2. K. E. C. Macaulay,
  3. Ann F. Bissett,
  4. J. Crooks,
  5. A. J. Pelosi

    Abstract

    The clinical features are reported in 27 cases of ‘magic mushroom’ ingestion. Mydriasis and hyperreflexia were common as were disorders of perception and affect. Psilocybe semilanceata appears to have been the species of fungus involved.

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