Fatal 3-nitropropionic acid poisoning after consuming coconut water - Birkelund T, Johansen RF, Illum DG, Dyrskog SE, Østergaard JA, Falconer TM, Andersen C, Fridholm H, Overballe-Petersen S, Jensen JS.

We describe the fatal course of a patient with initial symptoms of vomiting and nausea who developed symptoms of dystonia, encephalopathy, and coma. The cause of death was poisoning with 3-nitropropionic acid from coconut water spoiled with the fungus Arth...
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