MCID: HVY002
MIFTS: 15

Heavy Metal Poisoning malady

Summaries for Heavy Metal Poisoning

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NIH Rare Diseases:43 Heavy metal poisoning refers to an overexposure to lead, mercury, arsenic, cadmium, chromium or other high density or metallic element that causes irritation or damage to the body. heavy metals can be found naturally in the environment, in homes, or at the work place. sudden severe exposures as well as moderate exposures over time can cause toxicity. depending on the exposure, metals can increase cancer risk, impair production of red and white blood cells, and affect physical and mental health. last updated: 2/8/2013

MalaCards: Heavy Metal Poisoning, also known as chronic heavy metal poisoning, is related to mercury poisoning and variegate porphyria. Affiliated tissues include kidney.

Wikipedia:64 A heavy metal is a member of a loosely defined subset of elements that exhibit metallic properties. It... more...

Aliases & Classifications for Heavy Metal Poisoning

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Aliases & Descriptions:

heavy metal poisoning 43
chronic heavy metal poisoning 43
heavy metal toxicity 43


Related Diseases for Heavy Metal Poisoning

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Diseases related to Heavy Metal Poisoning via text searches within MalaCards or GeneCards/GeneDecks gene sharing:

idRelated DiseaseScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1mercury poisoning10.4
2variegate porphyria10.3
3neurosyphilis10.3
4selenium poisoning10.3
5lead poisoning10.3

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Clinical Features for Heavy Metal Poisoning

Drugs & Therapeutics for Heavy Metal Poisoning

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Genetic Tests for Heavy Metal Poisoning

Anatomical Context for Heavy Metal Poisoning

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MalaCards organs/tissues related to Heavy Metal Poisoning:

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Kidney

Animal Models for Heavy Metal Poisoning or affiliated genes

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Publications for Heavy Metal Poisoning

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Articles related to Heavy Metal Poisoning:

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idTitleAuthorsYear
1
Study of heavy metal poisoning in frequent users of Chinese medicines in Hong Kong and Macau. (22899484)
2013
2
Heavy metal poisoning should be recognized as a cause of hypertension in children. (22963055)
2012
3
Heavy metal poisoning and cardiovascular disease. (21912545)
2011
4
Use of total reflection X-ray fluorescence (TXRF) for the evaluation of heavy metal poisoning due to the improper use of a traditional ayurvedic drug. (20304577)
2010
5
Heavy metal poisoning: the effects of cadmium on the kidney. (20354761)
2010
6
Heavy metal poisoning: management of intoxication and antidotes. (20358690)
2010
7
Animal health problems attributed to environmental contamination in lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya: a case study on heavy metal poisoning in the Waterbuck Kobus ellipsiprymnus defassa (Ruppel 1835). (17160492)
2007
8
Heavy metal poisoning: clinical presentations and pathophysiology. (16567226)
2006
9
Use of hair analysis in diagnosing heavy metal poisoning. (15479971)
2004
10
Use of hair analysis in the diagnosis of heavy metal poisoning: report of three cases. (15181225)
2004
11
Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD) in a case of suspected chronic heavy metal poisoning. (11373012)
2001
12
Integrating data from legacy systems using object linking and embedding technology: development of a reporting system for heavy metal poisoning results. (10887164)
2000
13
Heavy metal poisoning in glass worker characterised by severe. (10865245)
2000
14
Heavy metal poisoning and its laboratory investigation. (10376071)
1999
15
Neurosyphilis, or chronic heavy metal poisoning: Karen Blixen's lifelong disease. (7544495)
1995
16
Metallothionein and heavy metal poisoning. (7821512)
1994
17
An unusual case of heavy metal poisoning. (8300496)
1993
18
Arsenic, an old case: the chronic heavy metal poisoning of Raphaelle Peale (1774-1825). (8361847)
1993
19
Selenium in the treatment of heavy metal poisoning and chemical carcinogenesis. (1304229)
1992
20
Heavy metal poisoning in ostriches from proventricular foreign bodies. (1609502)
1992
21
Hematologic effects of heavy metal poisoning. (3047880)
1988
22
2,3-Dimercaptosuccinic acid treatment of heavy metal poisoning in humans. (2851085)
1988
23
Heavy metal poisoning. (3358185)
1988
24
2,3-Dimercapto-1-propanesulphonate in heavy metal poisoning. (3312928)
1987
25
A study on the effect of garlic to the heavy metal poisoning of rat. (3268178)
1987
26
Role of 2,3-dimercaptosuccinic acid in the treatment of heavy metal poisoning. (3023784)
1986
27
Dithiocarbamates in heavy metal poisoning: complexes of N,N-di(2-hidroxyethyl)dithiocarbamate with Zn(II), Cd(II), Hg(II), CH3Hg(II), and C6H5Hg(II). (2995583)
1985
28
N-Acetylcysteine therapy of acute heavy metal poisoning in mice. (4082467)
1985
29
Variegate porphyria and heavy metal poisoning from ingestion of "moonshine". (6879266)
1983
30
DMSA and DMPS--water soluble antidotes for heavy metal poisoning. (6307120)
1983
31
A novel approach for heavy metal poisoning treatment, a model. Mercury poisoning by means of chelating microspheres: hemoperfusion and oral administration. (7328590)
1981
32
Factors involved in heavy metal poisoning. (844608)
1977
33
Proceedings: Heavy metal poisoning and antidotes. (4545734)
1974
34
Changes of some properties of erythrocytes in workers occupationally exposed to radon and its daughter products: radiation effect or heavy metal poisoning? (4802426)
1973
35
Hemolysis produced by copper sulphate. I. Extravascular hemolysis produced by heavy metal poisoning. (4758995)
1973
36
Heavy metal poisoning: clinical aspects and laboratory analysis. (4748720)
1973
37
Heavy metal poisoning: mercury and lead. (4623585)
1972
38
Heavy metal poisoning? type. (13379365)
1956
39
USE of calcium ethylenediaminetetraacetate in treating heavy-metal poisoning. (13007209)
1953
40
The treatment of heavy metal poisoning with British antilewisite. (18117358)
1949
41
The use of BAL in heavy metal poisoning, with particular reference to antimonial intoxication. (18111907)
1948
42
The use of BAL in the treatment of heavy-metal poisoning. (20295051)
1947
43
Drug reactions and their treatment, with special reference to the use of BAL in heavy metal poisoning. (18896226)
1947

Genetic Variations for Heavy Metal Poisoning

Expression for genes affiliated with Heavy Metal Poisoning

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